Pricing

March 19, 2008 - 12:32pm

Starting last month, operators clearing customs at so-called “user fee” airports began to see as much as a 10-percent increase in clearance charges. The increases are based on an increase in the flat fees charged to the airports by the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection. There are approximately 40 user-fee airports, so called because they don’t qualify as international or landing-rights facilities due to insufficient traffic volume.

February 8, 2008 - 8:52am

CRS Jet Spares has announced a new pricing option for exchange transactions
to reduce the stress level of operators concerned about the extra charges associated with exchanging components. The company now offers its special Option 2 fixed pricing for exchange transactions on many component items.

February 8, 2008 - 8:52am

CRS Jet Spares has announced a new pricing option for exchange transactions
to reduce the stress level of operators concerned about the extra charges associated with exchanging components. The company now offers its special Option 2 fixed pricing for exchange transactions on many component items.

February 8, 2008 - 4:35am

The Bush Administration announced a new national policy last month that would encourage congested airports to vary landing fees based on the time of day and the volume of traffic. As a result, airports would be able to spread traffic more evenly throughout the day, the Transportation Department said.

February 8, 2008 - 4:35am

The Bush Administration announced a new national policy last month that would encourage congested airports to vary landing fees based on the time of day and the volume of traffic. As a result, airports would be able to spread traffic more evenly throughout the day, the Transportation Department said.

January 17, 2008 - 5:53am

Bombardier Aerospace has launched Skyjet Europe, in which customers are charged a fixed hourly rate only for the hours flown with no positioning costs. As a result, customers can expect to pay the same price for journeys of the same length, regardless of their point of departure and destination.

January 17, 2008 - 5:53am

Bombardier Aerospace has launched Skyjet Europe, in which customers are charged a fixed hourly rate only for the hours flown with no positioning costs. As a result, customers can expect to pay the same price for journeys of the same length, regardless of their point of departure and destination.

January 10, 2008 - 10:17am

Signature is in the process of developing a new national pricing strategy to replace its current Prime Rate program. The new program, scheduled to be introduced in April, is designed to generate more individual “face time” with the chain’s widely varied client base. As part of the reorganization, company management has been streamlined, with two newly titled regional sales vice presidents splitting the 44 Signature locations nationwide.

January 7, 2008 - 9:52am

Signature Flight Support is restructuring its pricing policy and will phase out the Prime Rate program. The new pricing format, to be phased in starting later this year, will focus on customized pricing programs for as many individual customers as possible.

January 3, 2008 - 8:38am

Executive Beechcraft’s three Kansas City area FBOs (owned by BBA Aviation) have joined Avfuel’s dealer network and will offer Avtrip reward points and contract fuel pricing to participating pilots. Avfuel also announced that Craig Air Center in Jacksonville, Fla., has become an Avfuel dealer, and participating customers can receive Avtrip points and Avfuel contract pricing.

 
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