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April 2019
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Multiflight keeps its eye in for another cricket season

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Yorkshire, UK-based operator Multiflight is continuing its close links with Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC) by becoming the club's official aviation partner and sponsor for another season.

“We are delighted to become a partner and sponsor of the cricket club for another year,” says director Miles Beecham. “We have long-standing links with the team and the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation, the official charity and community arm of the club, and are firm supporters of all their work on and off the pitch. We are all looking forward to a great season.”

YCCC head of sales Simon Pixley adds: “We are very thankful for Multiflight's continued support as a partner of the club. Multiflight is proactive within the local community and often involves our players in its charity initiatives. More importantly, its staff are a passionate group of people who strive to deliver the highest quality services, much like ourselves. We look forward to sharing our respective success stories in what promises to be a memorable 2019.”

Based at Leeds Bradford airport, Multiflight offers a range of aviation facilities and services to customers worldwide. The business opened its doors in 1994 and since then multi-million pound investment in its facilities has helped it earn a strong reputation. The company specialises in bespoke aircraft charter, regularly arranging VIP private jet and helicopter charters for professional individuals and sports teams across Europe. Those travelling through Leeds Bradford can take advantage of a dedicated private VIP terminal with direct access from coach to aircraft.

Multiflight offers charter, executive handling, aircraft engineering, aircraft sales and parts. There is also a café bar on site that is open to the public seven days a week. “We hope as many Yorkshire County Cricket Club players, management, associates and fans as possible can visit us and enjoy our facilities,” Beecham concludes.


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