Wheels Up expands to Europe with Air Partner acquisition

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Wheels Up’s $107 million agreement to acquire Air Partner brings a European and Transatlantic jet card program and a base for international expansion

Here’s what the Wheels Up, Air Partner deal could mean to their jet card and membership customers

Wheels Up and Air Partner have filed documents this morning in the U.K., agreeing for the New York-based provider to acquire the Gatwick-based aviation services company, which offers jet cards and on-demand charter.

Air Partner raises profit outlook on strength of private jet, freight charters

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Air Partner expects that annual profit before tax will be materially ahead of current market expectations

Global aviation services group Air Partner says financial year results will be “materially ahead of current market expectations.”

Air Partner launches carbon offset auto-enrollment

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Air Partner makes carbon offsets opt-out for jet card and charter clients as part of new sustainability strategy

Jet card broker Air Partner has launched its new strategy to deliver positive change in the aviation industry by embedding sustainable practices into the core of its business.

Air Partner adds app for jet card customers

The Air Partner app enables JetCard customers to book flights, review their balance and manage passengers

Jet card broker Air Partner has added a mobile app for members of its program.

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