Air Partner promotes the flexibility of its JetCard at ILTM 2010
Wednesday 1, December 2010
Air Partner plc, a world leading provider of private aviation services, will be exhibiting at the International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) in Cannes, France next week (6-9 December) on Stand M176.
Company representatives from the UK, Russia and France will be highlighting its JetCard offering - the most flexible jet card scheme on the market today for private jet travel in Europe, Continental USA and now, the Middle East. JetCard members have access to the broadest range of modern aircraft, sourced from the open market.
“ILTM is one of the leading events for the luxury travel community and a valuable event choice for Air Partner, providing us with effective networking opportunities and an insight into the latest trends at the very top end of the travel industry,” said David Macdonald, Director – Private Jets.
For discerning and forward-thinking corporate travel buyers, Air Partner’s 25-hour JetCard promises fixed price aircraft availability guaranteed at 24 hours’ notice, 48 hours’ in the ME. Cancellation is free up until 0700 on the day before departure. Competitive prices are fully inclusive with no positioning costs and no fuel or airport surcharges. Aircraft cabin upgrades or downgrades are permitted, there are no peak day restrictions and return trips qualify for a 15 per cent discount. Any unused airtime can be refunded and flight credit never expires.
“The success of our JetCard scheme in Europe and US over the last six years, together with growing demand from clients worldwide and the significant improvement in the quality and quantity of private aircraft available for charter in the Middle East encouraged us to add this new, third service area last month,” added Macdonald.
Three aircraft cabin sizes are available in the Middle East: midsize jets for up to seven passengers at USD$230,000 (USD$9,200 an hour) large cabin aircraft for up to 10 people at USD$358,750 (USD$14,350 an hour) and global jets capable of taking 14 passengers for USD$487,500 (USD$19,500 an hour).
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