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Stratajet welcomes Jetex to booking platform

Posted 26 September 2016 · Add Comment

Private jet booking platform Stratajet has expanded its service offering by bringing renowned fixed base operator (FBO) Jetex onto its system.

Through Stratajet’s cutting edge platform, the only platform that allows customers to search for, compare and book private jets in real-time, passengers will now be able to opt for Jetex’s handling services as part of their booking.

As Stratajet sets out to redefine private aviation by opening up the industry to a wider audience and giving customers more control, providing the freedom to choose a handler breaks the traditional mould of passengers being limited by broker options during the booking process. 

Jetex has FBO facilities in a number of key locations (including Casablanca, Dubai, Marrakech, Marseille, Paris, Rabat, Santiago, and Toluca), Stratajet’s customers can benefit from a range of Jetex facilities from executive lounges to meeting rooms, as well as concierge services. For aircraft operators, Jetex also offers global trip planning, ground handling services and fuel arrangements.

Jonny Nicol, Founder & CEO of Stratajet, said: “The presence of Jetex on Stratajet’s platform is a major asset for our business, given their track record of reliability and professionalism. As we strive to give our customers the freedom they deserve as part of their private jet experience, we look forward to having Jetex as a valuable extension of our services.”

Adel Mardini, CEO and president of Jetex Flight Support, added: “At Jetex, we pride ourselves with understanding the requirements of our customers, whilst offering professional support based on flexibility and reliability. This resonates perfectly with Stratajet’s vision to give control back to private jet travellers, and we look forward to offering their customers the quality services for which we have become renowned.”

 

 

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