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EBACE: VistaJet now boosting accessibility through Avinode

Posted 28 May 2018 · Add Comment

Global charter company VistaJet will have its fleet of over 70 midsize and long-range aircraft available through the Avinode Marketplace from 1 June.

It announced the new service in partnership with the online business aviation marketplace at EBACE in Geneva today.

In recent years, technology has pushed a fast transformation in the on-demand market for business jets. New tools have provided brokers and clients with greater transparency on product offerings, and the Avinode platform connects the largest number of operators and brokers to increase booking efficiency according to the Swiss headquartered charter firm..

“With today’s integration, brokers will be able to review VistaJet’s aircraft imagery, cabin comparisons and seat configurations to identify the best flying option for their customers, and request flights on a fleet of over 70 identically branded aircraft directly with the company,” VistaJet said in a statement at the show.
 

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