Airshare has launched a second TV ad targeting Wheels Up in its campaign to win over business travelers
The bad blood and sniping between NetJets and Flexjet may have competition. Or at least, that could be the result as Lenexa, Kansas-based Airshare, launched a second television spot attacking larger rival Wheels Up.
UP For Business evolves Wheels Up’s corporate offering by leveraging its diverse fleet, Delta Air Lines’ relationship, aircraft management, sales, and even maintenance, tied together in customizable programs
Every company is a bit different. Moreover, business travel needs are constantly changing, particularly in a post-pandemic world. UP For Business answers that need for customized solutions. It’s based on a consultative sales approach, chief sales officer of Wheels Up Ken Napolitano tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Jet card and on-demand charter broker Air Partner is reporting business travel via private jets is rebounding
Following a year of COVID-19-induced lockdowns, business travel is returning, and corporations are turning to private jets as they seek to get back out on the road. Air Partner says there was a 112% increase in corporate bookings in April compared to the start of the year.
Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) research shows the devastating impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on business travel
54% of respondents expect a permanent change
While research conducted last week by Private Jet Card Comparisons showed 35% of subscribers expect to make critical business trips by private jet in the next 90 to 120 days, research from the Global Business Travel Association paints a much darker picture for the broader travel market.
Nearly three-quarters of respondents (73%) said Covid-19 has had a significant impact on company revenue, with 19% saying it was moderate, and 7% slight. Only 1% said the crisis had no impact at all.