Portsmouth, NH, January 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- PlaneSense (www.planesense.com), the fractional aircraft ownership company that operates the world’s largest fleet of Pilatus PC-12 aircraft, recently delivered more than 800 lbs. of non-perishable food items to the New Hampshire Food Bank.
The food was flown to the Manchester Regional Airport on December 17th in a Pilatus PC-12 piloted by PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership company CEO and President, George Antoniadis. He was greeted at the airport by New Hampshire Governor, Maggie Hassan and Manchester Mayor, Ted Gatsas, along with several executives and advisory board members of the NH Food Bank.
The food was received through contributions from PlaneSense employees and their families. Governor Hassan noted that 800 lbs. of food was equivalent to 800 meals for children around New Hampshire.
“We are a long time supporter of New Hampshire charities,” said Antoniadis. "This year we chose to help the NH Food Bank because it reaches so many families who need help. I’m very proud of my PlaneSense team for the many contributions to NH Food Bank."
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About PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership
PlaneSense, Inc. is a fractional aircraft ownership program based in Portsmouth, NH, that has been in operation since 1996. The PlaneSense program offers optimal access to many airports, and fractional owner flexibility that suits any flying profile. The program embodies the sophistication and elegance of private aviation with compelling value through competitive pricing, exceptional service, and luxurious, versatile aircraft. The fleet currently has more than 30 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. For more information about PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership programs, visit http://www.planesense.com