Jettly, a Toronto-based online broker of on-demand charter and empty legs announced it has adopted the Travel Industry Council of Ontario’s code of ethics.
“In order to make sure our customers are fully protected and to remain in compliance with seller-of-travel laws, our company is now following the Travel Industry Council of Ontario code of ethics,” said company CEO Justin Crabbe. “Adopting these new guidelines has resulted in Jettly.com providing an even higher level of customer service.”
Buying a jet card or a prepaid private aviation program has many benefits, mainly not having to go to the bazaar everytime you fly as you would with on-demand charter where you have to not only compare prices, but the standards for the planes and pilots being sourced, repositioning fees, and extras such as de-icing in the winter. With most jet card programs, it also means getting guaranteed availability if you book within a contracted lead time, 24/7 customer support and service recovery.
VistaJet is planning to abolish ferry flight fees for new Program customers globally as it extends the waiver to South America and Australia. An announcement is expected next week during EBACE in Geneva.
Empty legs are the siren’s song of private jet travel. In fact, JetSmarter has built a business based on the temptation of access to free seats on empty leg flights in exchange for an upfront membership fees. Scroll its app and go through dozens of private jet flights ready to whisk you away. Dozens of providers market hundreds of empty leg flights every day on Twitter, Instagram and via email.
On-demand private jet charter broker New Flight Charters says credit rating firm D&B Dun & Bradstreet has issued upgrades to components of its credit rating, according to a press release. The company says it has been credit-rated since 2004 when it was approved as a U.S. Government Contractor