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Designed for clients who charter aircraft regularly

ExecuJet South Africa launches new JustFly Card

ExecuJet South Africa has launched its new JustFly Programme – designed for clients who charter aircraft regularly without wanting the responsibility of owning an aircraft. Details of the scheme were unveiled at the recent Jets & Jewels event in Johannesburg, South Africa and JustFly was formally introduced to the Kenyan market on 26 May, at a cocktail function in Nairobi.

Managing Director for ExecuJet South Africa, Mr Ettore Poggi outlined: "JustFly membership entails an advance payment for an initial number of flight hours using a preferred aircraft type, and as flights are completed, the balance of flight hours reduces. Should the primary aircraft not be used, another appropriate aircraft type is offered and hours deducted on a pro-rata basis dependent upon the aircraft type. One of the main advantages to the JustFly card is the all inclusive price that is fixed throughout the whole programme. Another key benefit is having a priority aircraft reservation system that allows our clients access to privileged handling, making it highly appealing for last minute and unexpected business trips."

Although the programme allows clients to choose a preferred aircraft, it is also designed to be flexible to meet each flight request. This allows clients to trade hours for an alternative aircraft if something more suitable is required for a forthcoming journey. ExecuJet South Africa also provides all clients with a monthly utilisation report to inform them of the hours used and the remaining hours for the programme. With no monthly management fee and no long-term contractual commitment the JustFly programme allows clients to be flexible with their schedule without creating extra time based costs. There are currently three programmes available which are sold in packages of 25, 50 and 100 hours of flight time.

“We are extremely proud and honoured to have been invited to East Africa, and more specifically, Kenya, to introduce ourselves and our products. We anticipate building strong ties with our friends here in East Africa and trust that our global experience will add value to the business aviation industry in this wonderful part of the African continent,” said Ettore Poggi.

Since 1991, ExecuJet has consistently set the standard for business jet charter. Today, ExecuJet South Africa has one of the largest and most diverse fleets in the region, and is part of the worldwide ExecuJet Aviation Group.

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