Airports at their limit
The fifth largest state on earth brought one thing above all with it: great distances. Fans and other guests were reliant on journeys lasting several hours, even for national flights. This was an important factor that was influenced by an exceptionally high number of visitors.
Bottlenecks in passenger handling often led to longer waiting times at the airport on the match days, which then had a negative effect on departures.
The use of our PRO SKY flight managers paid off: they generally arrived several hours before departure to clarify organisational details on site, thus making it possible to spare our customers from waiting for hours.
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But it was not only this that contributed to success: our Pro Sky World Cup team analysed the situation before the start of the big event and visited airports and airlines in advance to collect important details about arrival and departure. After all, only thorough preparation can ultimately allow you to overcome unforeseen difficulties with ease.
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