Touring Northern Europe for the best sights and locationsNordic Experience Tour
TMC contacted our sales team to organize an unforgettable journey through the Nordic and Baltic countries. We sourced the aircraft, including luxurious VIP airliners and business jets, to reach remote locations, the planning for which included making certain that all certificates and permits were in place for the unique landing and takeoff requirements. The customer requested particular catering requirements.
Departure -4 weeks: TMC reached out to Euroflite with the request to arrange a Nordic tour for state officials. Euroflite advised TMC on route and flight options. TMC booked the flight with Euroflite.
Departure -3 weeks: Euroflite secured aircraft as well as special arrangements and further services at airports and destinations in cooperation with TMC.
Departure: The aircraft was prepared for the group, and security measures were activated. The tour began and was executed to the satisfaction of the client.
Some things to consider:
If your clients are of special security interest, it is important to ensure that the airline transporting them allows for the transport of weapons or security equipment. Furthermore, approval for the carrying of these devices must be attained from the countries of departure, overflight, and landing.
Often, security-sensitive clients need special airport arrangements that include pick-up and drop-off for the clients directly at the aircraft with zero contact with any other travelers. These kinds of arrangements are often challenging and require significant amounts of work from the broker/client.
If your client wishes to tour multiple destinations, it is recommended to use the same aircraft for the duration of the journey. Even more, ideally, the same crew would operate the aircraft throughout the trip. This ensures a higher quality of service and greater robustness of the operation.
When transporting high-profile individuals, it is recommended to have an engineer on board the flights. This way, any small technical issues can be fixed (or MELed) directly, and no delays will occur.