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Izardair takes off in Great Lake Taupo

Media Release: 9th September 2011

Izardair takes off in Great Lake Taupo.

Izardair are delighted to announce the launch of their new air charter service operating from Hangar 8 at the Taupo Airport. They will offer New Zealand’s newest luxury air charter service along with newly appointed Fixed Base Operation. The FBO or Fixed Base Operation will offer those customers and crew of private charters, secure and comfortable facilities along with all other private charter services. The FBO service is a first for the Great Lake Taupo region and one that both Richard Izard and his team are excited to introduce.

Air charter customers will be able to fly into locations without compromising on style or comfort. Tour itineraries can be created specifically to suit the needs of individuals. Along with the late model aircrafts this service is a welcome addition to the plethora of services offered in this resort destination.

Richard and Patience Izard, the people behind this brand are well known to the international business community and have invested in a number of New Zealand based businesses in the past 30 years. Both of them bring their experience and knowledge to this new venture with a commitment to offer that ‘extra something’ in New Zealand’s luxury market.

Along with the charter air services Izardair will also offer scenic flight options. The Izard’s have purchased Taupo Air Services to deliver the tourist focused scenic flights. Taupo Air Services prior owner will stay on with the business to ensure the transition is smooth and well managed. To find out more information about packages and what Izardair have to offer, check out www.izardair.com

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