Acropolis Aviation has announced it will be the launch customer of a brand new aircraft – the Airbus ACJ320neo. The aircraft will enter service in early 2020. Acropolis chief executive Jonathan Bousfield signed the contract for the newest member of the Airbus family earlier alongside Benoit Defforge, managing director of Airbus Corporate Jets.
BlackJet released a new app to the iTunes App store allowing members to book a seat on a private jet in seconds from the convenience of their smartphone. The company’s technology is a breakthrough enabling instant private jet seat bookings and real time confirmations.
Guinness has unveiled plans to surge to new heights as it launches its own premiere class jet service, Guinness Class. The luxury Guinness Class private jets will fly from the UK to Dublin every Friday and Saturday evening promising Guinness fans an infinitely superior alternative to low cost airlines.
Addison Lee customers are to be offered the chance to book private jet charter alongside premium minicabs, chauffeur vehicles, taxi-bikes and couriers. Linking up with PrivateFly.com, Addison Lee will offer London business travellers seamless ground-to-air transportation packages via a new-launch website.
Specialist Business flights agency CT Business Travel launches a new joint venture with 360 Private Travel.
After decades of heavy restrictions, China has decided to lift restrictions on private aviation. The new legislation is expected to provide a major boost in sales of private jets and helicopters, as Chinese millionaires look for the ultimate way “to show off” their new-found wealth.
British Airways is launching a private jet service within North America and the Caribbean. The British flag carrier has teamed up with Cessna-owned CitationAir to offer a “no-frills” private set, with costs starting from $6,000 per plane per hour.
Abu Dhabi-based Royal Jet is witnessing a major increase in charter bookings over the summer period as the private aviation industry in the region appears to be pulling out of the worldwide economic downturn.
The world’s leading charter jet, Royal Jet, is launching its service in Saudi Arabia to address the regional and global executive travel needs of the Kingdom. The deal with ARABASCO for a commercial and operational alliance was signed by Royal Jet President & CEO Shane O’Hare and ARABASCO President & CEO Ret. Brig. General Mohamed Al Shablan.