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FlyMeNow experiences surge in bookings ahead of Yorkshire’s Grand Depart

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Private jet and helicopter charter company FlyMeNow is getting ready for a jam-packed July after experiencing a surge of bookings during Yorkshire’s Grand Depart of the Tour De France.

The Yorkshire based charter company has seen a 150 per cent uplift in bookings, with FlyMeNow promising to bring fans right into the heart of the action of the world’s greatest cycling race.

On July 5, the Tour De France will set off on its first leg going from the centre of Leeds, through the Yorkshire Dales and finishing with a sprint into Harrogate. Followed by a visit to the city of York on July 6 for the second stage of the race.

Yorkshire’s iconic scenery on days one and two of the race provide the perfect opportunity for fans on private charters to not only see the race from a whole new perspective, but passengers will get the chance to visit some of the most beautiful venues across the region.

Andrew Whitney, commercial director at FlyMeNow, said:

“The Grand Depart is going to be such a fantastic event for the whole region.

“What’s great to see is how so many people are using FlyMeNow as their travel solution throughout the duration of the Tour De France. Due to the style of this event, helicopter charter is proving to be the perfect choice for many of our clients.”

With less than a month to go until the cycling race sets off, the FlyMeNow team is busy arranging charters for fans, sponsors and VIPs so they can all experience the very best of what Yorkshire and the rest of the UK has to offer.

Andrew added:

“With the teams cycling across the UK and then heading onto its final stages in France, easy and hassle-free transportation becomes a key part in the planning process for all those following their favourite team.

“As we are based in Yorkshire it really does make FlyMeNow the go-to choice for all those attending the race.

“Our knowledge of local airports and helicopters landing spots, as well as locally based Aircraft across the region has proven vital when scheduling these charters.”

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