Off to a flyer

EIFF has secured CityJet as our official airline, making sure that the stars destined for the 2010 Festival will arrive in style.

You can read the full details on the new partnership, including Hannah's reaction, in the news article here. It's great news not only for the Festival, but for our guests - there were almost 500 last year - who will arrive in some style.

The Festival requires an extraordinary amount of behind-the-scenes work, before we deliver the top films, big names, glamorous premieres and glitzy parties. Partnerships such as the one with our new friends at CityJet are vital in ensuring that we can deliver a great experience for the Festival audience year after year.

So who will CityJet be flying to Edinburgh? Well, that would be telling! Let's just say that the programming team are beavering away, making calls around the world as they secure the top class talent for EIFF 2010.

For two weeks in June, CityJet will become the airline of the stars!


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  • Gregory Chauvet Friday 26th February, 2010 / 16:30 GMT

    What an horrible idea! Cityjet - Are you trying to make sure that EIFF will increase their carbon footprint?
    Very well seen those days... When you say "EIFF take off" Do you mean carbon footprint? Great ethics hey!
    I will make sure that we start to boycott your festival. I got you article from environmentalist groups - your decision is already known. I will email greenpeace now.
    Thank you for your bad choices.
    An environmentally friendly Film Goer.