The world’s largest aircraft charter company Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has reported high demand for flights out of Egypt as the country entered its eighth day of unrest. With political demonstrations continuing across major cities including Cairo and Alexandria, governments and multinational corporations are requesting urgent flights for foreign nationals wishing to leave the country. The global aircraft charter specialist has already organised multiple repatriation flights from Cairo on executive jets and large aircraft to bring passengers home as soon as possible. “We have organised a number of flights for clients to help move their people out of Egypt as quickly and safely as possible,” said Chapman Freeborn’s group passenger director Darren Banham. “As the situation develops we are ready to deal with the expected increase in demand.” The company expects demand to increase further in the coming days as the situation continues.