PrivateFly, one of Europe’s leading private jet providers, has today launched a fixed rate offering for a selection of popular long distance route pairs.
Its Aviator Membership clients will be able to take advantage of a new menu of Extended Range fixed rate pricing, when flying to specific destinations from the UK, including the United States, the Caribbean and Dubai.
This provides a competitive, fixed hourly rate for longer route pairs, on a range of premium large cabin aircraft from PrivateFly’s accredited network of private jet operators.
The new menu of Extended Range rates is exclusively available to PrivateFly’s Aviator members, who enjoy a range of elevated service benefits compared to standard on-demand charter.
The membership is based on funds held on account and an annual membership fee of €10,000.
In addition to the new fixed rate menu for longer flights, benefits include enhanced cancellation terms; ‘fly further’ flight credits of up to 2% of funds deposited; premium catering and inclusive de-icing; and a London airport helicopter transfer each year.
Marine Eugène, European Managing Director of PrivateFly and Flexjet, said: “The ability to provide our loyal charter clients with new services and innovative solutions to their needs is something we are very proud of, and contributes to PrivateFly’s outstanding reputation in the private aviation market.
“Our new Extended Range pricing adds to the considerable benefits available to our Aviator members and will provide enhanced booking confidence to the many who are now planning intercontinental trips in the coming months, including long-awaited travel to the U.S. or winter holidays to Dubai or the Caribbean.
“It provides the reassurance of being able to avoid the uncertainty of open market quotes, which can vary widely in the current market conditions.”
Members flying on these extended routes will be able to make use of PrivateFly’s selection of premium large cabin aircraft, from its accredited operator network.
They can choose a Heavy Jet, seating up to 12 passengers, or an Ultra Long Range Jet, which can carry up to 18, depending on the route.