The sister company to Flexjet and Sentient Jet offers on-demand charter and memberships that provide guaranteed one-way pricing
Skyjet today announced that its mobile application now accepts Google Pay, saying it is the first company in the industry to do so. Skyjet introduced Apple Pay to its mobile application in 2015, and according to a press release said the new capability “further cements Skyjet as a pioneer in the private aviation space and marks another milestone for the company surrounding the successful integration of digital currencies.” The release continued,”The new feature provides an added layer of simplicity and efficiency by offering customers another way to instantly book and pay for private jet travel online.”
Last week Flexjet announced it was launching a new program adding to its offering of jet cards, fractional ownership and leases
Corporate Solutions by Flexjet is the newest program from the Cleveland-based operator, in this case offering travelers access to the company’s fleet of private aircraft flown by crews dedicated to a single aircraft, part of its Red Label brand. The goal, according to the announcement, is to partner with corporate flight departments to enhance capabilities and efficiencies while maintaining the high standards expected by their executives. The new division will focus its expertise on corporate flight departments that maintain and operate their own fleet of aircraft. Flexjet says it already serves several Fortune 1000 companies with a combination of supplemental lift and consultation to achieve more effective utilization of their existing fleets.