American private jet operator JetSuite and European private jet firm GlobeAir have announced an exclusive transatlantic alliance on the eve of EBACE 2016.
The alliance will be officially launched at EBACE and both private jet firms will offer their clients discounts on flights between more than 4,000 airports across North America and Europe. JetSuite, is the fourth largest U.S. private jet company and Austria based GlobeAir is the European market leader in the light jet market segment.
GlobeAir’s Chief Marketing Officer Mauro De Rosa said, “We’re excited for the launch of this partnership that is aimed at creating a seamless flight experience for our passengers, providing them a consistent quality service in Europe and in North America.” GlobeAir clients will receive a 5 per cent discount off their first charter flight with JetSuite, as a result of the alliance. There will also be a US$2,000 flight credit for customers who open a US$50K SuiteKey membership with JetSuite and GlobeAir clients will receive a US$50 credit towards any JetSuiteX flight.
In return, JetSuite’s SuiteKey members will now have access to GlobeAir flights within Europe and be eligible for a €2,000 credit towards the purchase of a €50K GlobeAir Executive Membership. They will also receive VIP treatment and have access to a dedicated GlobeAir travel consultant.
“We are pleased with the opportunity to work with such an established private jet market leader in Europe, and look forward to growing a mutually-beneficial relationship,” said Gary Soloff, JetSuite’s Vice President, Sales & Marketing.
A new public charter operator offering regular daily flights between major west coast city markets, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Bozeman, Montana, JetSuiteX has been providing a high-end private jet service throughout North America and the Caribbean since 2009.
JetSuiteX’s fleet consists of four seat Phenom 100s, six seat JetSuite Edition CJ3s which are equipped with WiFi and has also acquired ten Embraer E135 jets. GlobeAir operates a fleet of 14 Citation Mustangs.