Wheels Up named preferred private aviation partner of Greenbrier resort

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The Greenbrier, a 10,000-acre resort in White Sulphur Springs in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, USA, has chosen Wheels Up as its preferred private aviation partner, allowing select Greenbrier guests and all Greenbrier Sporting Club members to book flights at member rates one-time from their home to the resort aboard the Wheels Up private fleet of King Air 350i and Cessna Citation Excel/XLS aircraft.

Current Wheels Up members will receive VIP benefits at the Greenbrier resort including complimentary room nights, preferred tee-times on the award-winning Old White TPC championship golf course and The Snead, The Sporting Club’s private, member-only course, as well as access to some of their most coveted roster of events including The Greenbrier Classic, a PGA Tour FedExCup event.

“Wheels Up and The Greenbrier share similar interests and values. Our members and guests look for, and are accustomed to, the finest in luxury amenities, personalized customer service and the best in luxury travel, in the air and on the ground,” said Wheels Up founder and CEO, Kenny Dichter.

“We hope that once The Greenbrier guests experience the Wheels Up ‘8760’ culture, and around-the-clock service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, they’ll become members.”

“Wheels Up offers the ideal private aviation solution for our guests, as the majority travel to and from our resort from just under three hours away. The Wheels Up private fleet of King Air 350i aircraft is great for eight guests and eight golf bags,” said Jim Justice, owner of The Greenbrier. “We’re thrilled to be added to the esteemed portfolio of Wheels Up partners.”

July 21, 2015

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