FlexJet and Korean Air launch marketing agreement

Alasdair Whyte

FlexJet and Korean Air have signed an agreement where FlexJet fractional owners whom use the airline to fly to Asia will get premium services. Korean Air passengers can also use FlexJet aircraft, operated by Jet Solutions, to fly to 2,000 US airports, with just 24 hours notice.

FlexJet says this is the first time a North American fractional company has partnered with an Asian airline.

“This first-of-its-kind collaboration with Korean Air adds value to our program offerings, while further expanding our global reach,” said Fred Reid, president, Flexjet.

Flexjet fractional owners will get incentives to buy first class tickets on Korean Air including elite status for a full year giving them access to the airline’s best lounges and concierge service at select airports.
“Korean Air flies between more cities in North America and more cities in Asia than any other airline in the world,” said Walter Cho, senior vice president, passenger business division, Korean Air.

“Now our customers can fly privately from a local airport to catch their Korean Air flight, or get closer to their meetings by flying to regional airports, knowing that our partners at Flexjet and Jet Solutions will provide a seamless and convenient travel experience with impeccable service.”


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