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Cobham secures gold miner Doray as new fly-in/fly-out client

written by | July 28, 2016
File image of a Cobham Aviation BAe 146. (Cobham Aviation)
File image of a Cobham Aviation BAe 146. (Cobham Aviation)

Cobham Aviation Services has won a 12-month contract to fly Doray Minerals’ fly-in/fly-out workers to the gold miner’s Andy Well site in Western Australia.

The contract was due to start in early August and covered two flights a week with 81-seat BAe 146-200 jets, Cobham said in a statement on Thursday.

Cobham Aviation Services chief executive Peter Nottage said Doray was a new client for the charter and fly-in/fly-out provider.


“We’re delighted to be providing services between Perth and Meekatharra for them,” Nottage said in a statement.

“This award demonstrates our competitive offering and unique value proposition, despite current challenging market conditions.”

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