Avolus expands Jet Card Europe


Company officially launches Jet Card Europe programme in Monaco and Moscow and launches new 10 hour card

Avolus has launched the Jet
Card Europe programme in Monaco
and Moscow. The
scheme will be marketed from the avolus corporate offices in London,
Monaco and Moscow.

“Jet Card Europe was initially launched in partnership with US charter company Jets.com and was targeted at
US-based clients travelling in Europe”
says Avolus founder and chief executive Alexis Grabar. The Jets.com partnership
is proving very successful, driving turnover in the US/UK region up 250% in the
first six months of 2012 versus the same period in 2011 which already saw an
increase of 100% versus in the same period of 2010.

“We were not surprised that the programme quickly attracted the
attention of our Russian and European clients. Our analysis shows that the JET
CARD EUROPE has the potential of growing to 20% of our private jet turnover.”

The programme was extended
to select clients in the Russian and EMEA markets earlier this year. After
strong initial interest, Avolus made the decision to market the programme in
all regions.

Grabar explains, “Although our pricing averages 20% less than
NetJets and 10% less than Air Partner, our clients tell us that it is the
quality of service and reliability that really drives their decision to fly
with us. We delayed the launch of Jet Card Europe to all regions until we were
absolute confident our systems and procedures could manage the extra demand and
continue to deliver the same superior service that is the heart of Avolus.”

part of the Jet Card Europe roll-out, Avolus is announcing a limited-time,
10-hour Jet Card so that clients can experience the benefits of the programme
before buying a 25 or 50 hour card. The 10-hour Jet Card equates to 2-3
European trips and makes entry into the programme easier than ever.