Club Airways

Club Airways, Europe?s premier Members-only airline, is expanding its
concept further into Europe with the announcement today of new routes from
Geneva to Milan Linate and Geneva to EuroAirport Basel, gateway to central
Europe.  It is also expanding its Paris Le Bourget services with a second
route to Milan.  These three routes will commence on 18 November.  Club
Airways Founder and Chief Executive Hans Schwab also confirmed that Club
Airways plans to introduce daily flights from Geneva to Moscow Vnukovo
Airport.
Just like its services from Geneva to London, which operate from London City
Airport?s Jet Centre, Club Airways will operate eight seat business jets
from private aviation facilities.  Club Airways Members save considerable
time and enjoy hassle-free travel, while also being assured of privacy,
comfort and safety.
“We are pleased to announce these new routes today,” said CEO Hans Schwab.
“Our Members have requested these services and we have responded; satisfying
an unfilled niche in air travel.”
“Working with a strengthened marketing team in Geneva and the United
Kingdom, we are successfully introducing our concept to the discerning
business traveler and saving their most precious asset time.  Our growing
Membership numbers prove the Club Airways model works”, he added.
The route expansion commencing on 18 November includes two flights per day
from Geneva to Milan Linate and Geneva to Basel, with four flights daily
between Paris and Milan.
Since its launch in February 2003, Club Airways has completed more than 550
flights connecting Geneva with Paris, London, Cannes and Olbia.  Membership
now exceeds 450 , on both the individual and corporate level.
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