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Jettly opens New York headquarters
The Canadian online charter platform has made several adjustments to its initial offering and has made the leap into one of the hearts of US business aviation.
Justin Crabbe, CEO, Jettly.

Toronto-headquartered booking platform Jettly has opened new headquarters in New York, USA. The company sources on-demand bookings at flat fares with no mandatory membership, and started single flight options last June. It claims to save customers on average about 20 per cent of their private charter expenditures by charging flat full transparent rates without the heavy commission that most brokers impose on their customers.

After doing away with its mandatory monthly membership, the company has seen increasing short-term customer interest from the US and Canada.

Jettly has a network of catering partners across the globe providing top quality food on board at competitive pricing, and there is no extra cost for crew accommodation or wi-fi, nor are there any hidden fees charged outside the official invoice.

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