Wheels Up and Four Hundred signs deal


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Wheels Up has launched ‘8760 Conciege by Four Hundred,’ a full-service luxury concierge programme that offers access to restaurants, sports events, concerts and nightclubs.

Kenny Dichter, founder and CEO of Wheels Up signed a deal with Tony Abrams, founder and CEO of Four Hundred, a NYC based lifestyle management firm,.

Wheels Up members, on a progressive basis, will receive Four Hundred’s invitation-only bespoke services and dedicated team of NYC-based personal lifestyle specialists.

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Kenny Dichter, founder and CEO of Wheels Up says: “From the get go, Wheels Up aimed to deliver the best in travel and entertainment around the globe and with Four Hundred as our new partner, we’re opening the doors of exclusivity to our members with unrivaled privileges that extend far beyond the runway. Launching ‘8760 Concierge by Four Hundred’ enhances our continued commitment to providing Wheels Up members, wherever they may be, with the finest, personalised customer service, year-round. No other aviation company offers this level of service.”

Wheels Up is known for its 8760 culture (referencing the number of hours in a year), fulfilling its members’ needs every hour, every day, throughout the year in the air and on the ground.

David Baxt, co-founder and president of Wheels Up spoke at the Corporate Jet Investor conference in London in February 2014 and introduced Wheels Up to those in attendance: