Air Harrods

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Air Harrods
A Sikorsky S76C
Founded1996 (1996)
HubsStansted Airport
Fleet size2
WebsiteWebsite

Air Harrods Limited is the aircraft charter broking arm of the Harrods company based at London Stansted Airport.

Customers vary immensely; news footage has shown Tony Blair traveling to the G8 summit on board an Air Harrods helicopter which was commissioned by MI5 to offset security concerns; the use of one Air Harrods helicopter was donated for a special of Challenge Anneka in 2007. The helicopter was used to transport some ill children to a choir performance.

On 7 May 2010, Air Harrods was sold as part of its parent group to a Qatari sovereign investment group in a combined deal worth £1.5bn.

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