Flexjet Europe Reduces Flying Time Commitment

Aviation International News » January 2003
January 7, 2008, 10:58 AM

Bombardier Flexjet has reduced to 25 the minimum block of flying hours required to join the company’s Jet Membership charter program. The previous minimum was 50 hr. Customers’ cost of enrollment in the 25-hr program will depend on various factors, “most notably their flight profile and the aircraft selected for the trip.” Outside Europe, Jet Membership clients can use their hours for travel in the U.S., company officials said.

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