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November 24, 2008updated Feb 11, 2013

Marquis Jet Buffs Website

By Pardhasaradhi Gonuguntla

Marquis Jet unveiled a new website that offers enhanced content, dynamic functionality and a refined new look.

Some of the many new website features include:

-An innovative, interactive and user-friendly design for easy navigation.
-An in-depth view of all ten aircraft types available, including interactive range maps for numerous major U.S. cities.
-360-degree virtual tours of all ten aircraft interiors and visual depictions of baggage capacity and cabin amenities.
-A robust section on NetJets® experience, infrastructure and commitment to safety and service.
-Various educational elements on private aviation, among them white papers on safety, –Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) and detailed comparisons between the Marquis Jet Card program and alternative program types.

Existing Card Owners will also be able to take advantage of the new Marquis Jet Card Owner Login section, where they can securely book flights online, adjust travel itineraries, review their account and update their Card Owner profiles.

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