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JetAssure increases access to AirSprint fleet
AirSprint reckons to fill the capacity gaps that can exist with aircraft ownership. Its JetAssure participants should have no downtime due to mechanical failure, scheduled maintenance or pilot availability.
An AirSprint Legacy 450.

Canadian fractional operator AirSprint has expanded its service offering with a custom-made supplemental lift solution for whole aircraft owners and corporate flight departments. Launched this May, JetAssure by AirSprint provides full access to AirSprint's fleet with the exclusive option to benefit from AirSprint's purchasing power for the customer's own aircraft. Participants in JetAssure will receive a supplemental lift solution that offers access to the aircraft whenever they need it, fuelled up and ready to go.

“We are excited to introduce JetAssure to Canadian corporate flight departments and whole aircraft owners who have until now been struggling to find the optimal partner and supplemental lift solution,” says James Elian, president of AirSprint. “As the Canadian leader in fractional aircraft ownership, AirSprint is uniquely able to provide an all-encompassing private aviation solution that combines guaranteed access and pricing, aircraft and use flexibility, and meaningful cost savings for existing aircraft owners.”

With over 20 years of private aviation experience, AirSprint is positioned to fill the gaps that can exist with whole aircraft ownership. JetAssure participants should no longer experience downtime due to mechanical failure, scheduled maintenance or pilot availability. Nor will they succumb to the costly headaches of repositioning their aircraft along with avoiding the struggles of needing their aircraft in two places at once. Participants will have access to North America's newest and Canada's largest fleet of fractional aircraft.