The only way is up for JetClass as new GlobeAir partnership is announced – adding an air of luxury to business travel in Europe
In a move that is set to provide a superior service for clients flying through Europe, the commercial pairing will see JetClass’s innovative business model taking advantage of GlobeAir’s extensive fleet of private jets, offering customers a luxurious alternative to traditional business class at minimal extra cost.
It’s great news for regular flyers, with the first flights already beginning to run – serving London, Brussels, Zurich, Nice and Olbia – and further plans are afoot to extend the network further afield in the near future. Destinations such as Ibiza, Lyon, Paris Le Bourget, Milan Linate and Cagliari are all likely to be added to the dynamic flight schedule over the coming weeks – with prices starting from as little as just 650 EUR.
JetClass is currently working with leading business travel management companies and MICE agencies to propose its service to travellers. As well as through the JetClass website, seats can be booked through popular online travel agencies and metasearch websites by way of the most popular global distribution systems, such as Amadeus, Sabre, Galileo, Worldspan, Apollo, Abacus, Sirena Travel, and TravelSk.
Wagas Ali, Co-Founder of JetClass, said that it was great to see the new service beginning to take off, and that both partners had high hopes for the future success of the endeavour.
“With 16 Mustang jets and an ‘air taxi’ ethos, GlobeAir offers the perfect infrastructure for us to roll out our innovative service,” he said. “We are excited to see our vision become a reality, with the backing of one of Europe’s leading private jet charter operators.”
Bernhard Fragner, the CEO of GlobeAir, added that the partnership was already proving to be a great move.
He said: “We are seizing this opportunity to reach out to a wider audience of charter customers by partnering with JetClass. Their revolutionary business model is reinventing the way travellers connect with the private jet industry, easing the way the modern traveller flies in Europe.”
With private air travel long having been but a distant dream for the majority of fliers, the news is bound to be welcomed by business customers – offering an air of luxury that is now very much within reach.