PrivateFly partners with Virtuoso to increase B2B offering

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PrivateFly, the private jet booking platform, has become a preferred partner of Virtuoso, one of the world’s leading luxury travel networks, in a bit to expand its B2B offering for clients.

Virtuoso’s network of over 16,000 travel advisors, based in 45 countries, will now be able to offer private jet travel to their clients through integration with PrivateFly’s technology platform and 24/7 team. PrivateFly provides access to an accredited global network of over 7,000 private charter aircraft.

Commenting on the partnership, PrivateFly’s CEO Adam Twidell, said, “This partnership with Virtuoso is a milestone step in our B2B growth strategy. Private jet charter is fast emerging from its exclusive niche and becoming more integrated in the travel industry through technology, better and clearer pricing, and a greater awareness of private air options.

“At PrivateFly we saw a year-on-year increase of 45% in B2B bookings in Q4 of 2017, and we expect this trend to continue, as more and more travel agents turn to private aviation to deliver truly excellent, luxurious and memorable travel experiences for their clients.”

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