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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease, jet card provider Air Partner has seen a more than a 210% increase in request volumes for future flight bookings during May, compared to last May. This increase in inquiries is for private flights heading into June through August, with many clients seeking alternative solutions for flying to frequented leisure destinations or traveling for essential business matters. 

Air Partner says its expert team is kept fully briefed on all COVID-19 developments, including the latest in local laws, health regulations, travel restrictions and airport openings. Through its dedicated Safety & Security division, Air Partner uses Redline Assured Security to offer travel advice using both human and AI-driven intelligence to assess and mitigate risk for clients flying amid COVID-19.

With commercial airlines cutting both their schedules and the number of nonstop routes, the Air Partner programs can meet the needs of those who have to travel more frequently. The offerings include a JetCard membership and tailored Corporate Shuttle Program, allowing clients to fly according to any unique flight requirements. Frequent flyers may prefer to fly at a fixed hourly rate with Air Partner’s JetCard membership to get between cities conveniently for essential business meetings, family visits and other critical trips.

Air Partner has 17 offices across three continents, with its headquarters located alongside Gatwick airport in the U.K. and its US headquarters in Florida. The group employs around 450 aviation professionals globally and operates 24/7. Air Partner is listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIR) and is the only publicly listed air charter broker and aviation safety & security consultancy.