Dallas, TX, August 1, 2016, Horizon Air Group, a Texas-based private jet charter service provider, recently announced its collaboration with three luxury brands – Rolls Royce Owners Club (RROC), Hublot, and Andre Philippe – a Dallas-based boutique tailored menswear brand. These collaborations are part of Horizon’s strategy to extend its services to a wider customer base. In fact, the company has set an example for others in the industry, as one after another private charter companies are failing to keep their doors open.
Credit it to the vision of founder and CEO, Luis Barros, or the company’s innovative initiatives such as flyNEXT and flyCORP programs; Leviate Air has established itself as a reputable brand in the private aviation industry within a few years since inception. The flyNEXT program is based on a pay as you go pattern. Under the program, users need to pay nominal fees to accrue and use flight points according to their needs, instead of aircraft positioning fees (that varies between $50,000 to $100,000 for other providers).
The flyCORP program, on the other hand, is a tailor-made loyalty program for corporate fliers, which entitles them to receive a cash-back on all bookings. Both the loyalty programs, since their introduction, have attracted an increasing number of private flyers who cannot deny the benefits in store. According to Ken Jeff, a Dallas-based entrepreneur heading a multinational corporation, the benefits offered by the programs make the flying experience a steal deal. Here’s an excerpt from what he had to say:
“It’s been more than a year since I’ve been flying with Leviate, but never thought about signing up for any loyalty programs. Until recently, when someone recommended the option. I called up their support desk, and I must say, I and glad that I did! I have always appreciated the exceptional service offered by the company, and now with the loyalty perks in place, I don’t see any reason why I would even consider any other charter company.”
Acknowledging the dynamic flying preferences of target customers, Leviate Air maintains a diverse fleet of jets, including small (King Air 350 and Pilatus PC-12), mid (Learjet 60 XR, Citation XLS, and Hawker 850 XP), and large-cabin (Gulfstream G650 S and Falcon 7XS) jets – all operated by Wyvern, ARG/US rated air carriers. To ensure a seamless flying experience for all flyers, every aircraft undergoes routine maintenance and has to pass a 110 point-examination process before every take off – in addition to complying with all FAA regulations.
Though it would be too soon to comment on how far the new-forged alliances will go in strengthening Leviate Air’s foothold, it would be safe to say that the company is emerging as a serious competitor for the big guns of the private aviation industry. How exactly the affiliation will unfold for Leviate Air, guess we’ll have to wait and watch.
Leviate Air is a private jet charter service provider, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. In addition to private charter flights, the company also offers aviation consulting and concierge services. Since inception, Leviate Air is committed to offering best-in-class luxury services to clients, while upholding superlative safety standards. The company has countless seamless charter flights to its credit; thanks to its in-house program aimed at reviewing the safety of all jets at regular intervals. For more info, visit: www.leviateair.com.
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