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Global Jet Centre launch new website

Posted 12 January 2017 · Add Comment

Global Jet Centre has launched its new and improved website.

Global Jet Centre’s new website is a practical and customer empowering platform, giving clients independence through the ease of fully learning about, seeing and comparing charter jet services at their own convenience, without having to go through customer service agents.

Once on the home page, you are already amidst the clouds by landing on a full-screen beautiful sky animation background. Users can then scroll down to learn about the provided services with a brief description of each one, enabling users to identify at glance the one that best suits their needs; before choosing to ‘’read more’’ through a fully-detailed yet straight-to-the-point bullet point summary. Furthermore, requesting a quotation or call back is simply a click away as time-consuming forms have been replaced by short and easy to fill ones found at the Menu Bar, fixed at the top of the page.

“The idea behind re-launching our website was not just to improve its design; we want our VIP customer service experience to begin the moment our clients reach our platform, while providing them with the tools to make the right choices that are the most suitable for their needs," said Naushad Ahmad, managing partner.

Newly added features such as the Empty Leg section updates clients with the latest availabilities in a clear-cut grid, including the date, route, aircraft type, passenger capacity and more; giving regular Global Jet Centre and new clients alike the chance to make use of the Empty Leg slots by subscribing and receiving the latest updates. 

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