Fast growing JetSuite announced an exclusive new partnership with Singapore Airlines that will elevate the efficiency of the luxury travel experience for both brands‚ customers worldwide, starting this Fall.
The new partnership will allow Singapore Airlines‚ passengers to connect seamlessly between international flights to and from over 500 airports within a few hours flying time of Singapore Airlines‚ gateways at Los Angeles International (LAX), San Francisco International (SFO) and Houston George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) Airports aboard JetSuite‚s fleet of new four passenger Phenom 100s.
Eliminating the wait times and inconvenience of standard commercial airline connections, this program will also offer chauffeured transfer service between commercial and private terminals to enable passengers to go quickly from jet to jet. While any Singapore Airlines passenger may take advantage of this program, U.S.- based passengers flying Suites and First Class will be eligible for pricing discounts off of the special rates created for this partnership.
For a limited time, Suites and First Class passengers originating their trip in Las Vegas and connecting to their Asia-bound Singapore flight in Los Angeles will be able to travel on JetSuite to and from Los Angeles (LAX) for no additional charge to their Singapore Airlines booking.
„JetSuite‚s goal is to offer the most efficient, convenient private air travel experience in the world. By partnering with an esteemed business like Singapore Airlines we are able to combine our dedication to impeccable service to offer a quality experience like no other,‰ said Alex Wilcox, CEO, JetSuite.
„Providing an outstanding customer experience has always been the hallmark of our operating philosophy,‰ said C.W. Foo, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President ˆ Americas. „Our partnership with JetSuite adds the convenience, privacy and luxury of private jet connections to our long-haul international flights, and complements our approach to premium service.‰
Separately, Wilcox told Elite Traveler during an exclusive interview that the company will have grown to 14 planes by the end of this year with plans to add six more in 2012. JetSuite, he said, would position one plane at New York’s Westchester County Airport as a test starting around Thanksgiving.
Wilcox noted many of the company’s customers are already private aviation users and come to JetSuite because of the value it offers for regional flying. So far the company’s most popular destination has been Las Vegas, he said.
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