Royal Jet unveils corporate relationship program
Abu Dhabi, May 17, 2010
Royal Jet has launched the 100 Club, a new corporate relationship programme offering attractive benefits.
Corporates can now enjoy discounts when travelling by private jet, with Royal Jet’s 100 Club, which rewards frequent private jet travel with increased discounts of up to nine per cent, plus other benefits.
“If you factor in other airline cost implications for any regional business trip involving several senior executives, a private jet will almost always be more cost effective than conventional travel when taking into account the value of wasted executive time,” said Royal Jet’s vice president Commercial, John Morgan.
“Additionally, with Royal Jet’s ‘100 Club’ membership, cost-effectiveness and efficiency is taken a step further with its corresponding discounts and privileges,” Morgan added.
In order to join, customers only need to commit to a minimum of 20 hours flying time during the year. Depending on the number of hours flown across the year, ‘100 Club’ members discount increases proportionally to up to a maximum of nine per cent for those who fly 100 hours.
Unlike other private jet cards, which may require one to pay a full year’s usage in advance, invoices for '100 Club' members are sent out only upon confirmation of each booking made, allowing up to 30 days to pay.
‘100 Club’ members will have access to the entire Royal Jet fleet, including Learjet 60, Gulfstream, Embraer Lineage 1000 and Boeing Business Jet. Also, Royal Jet's Charter Brokerage guarantees aircraft availability whenever a Royal Jet aircraft is not available.
An exclusive feature for ‘100 Club’ members is the multiplier used in calculating the total hours flown. Under Royal Jet’s corporate relationship programme, large aircraft use provides for faster achievement of target thresholds.
In addition, a dedicated Account Manager is always on hand to provide 24/7 assistance to ‘100 Club’ members.-TradeArabia News Service
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