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GrandView locks in a host of deals for clients
GrandView Aviation offers two membership rewards programmes, enabling its members to earn rewards every time they fly. Both Altitude Miles and Altitude Miles Plus are being ramped up just in time for the new year.
The Phenom 300 is the cornerstone of GrandView Aviation's business model.

GrandView Aviation is launching a new benefit for its Altitude Plus Membership programme. Members can now access fixed prices on a menu of 70 of its most popular routes and receive additional savings up to 15 per cent. The operator has become one of the largest operators of Phenom 300s in the world and is the second most active light jet charter operator in the United States, racking up over 1,300 hours per month on its common-aircraft fleet.

GrandView Aviation offers two membership rewards programmes, enabling its members to earn rewards every time they fly:

Altitude Miles is a free programme offering member rewards for flight credits and catering, the ability to schedule and cancel private jet flights flexibly and oneway/empty leg specials; while Altitude Miles Plus members pay $150,000 for an automatic 10 per cent discount on all flights and earn rewards for catering, flight credits and other perks like flexible cancellations where the flight's cost will be credited to the account and $200 catering credit for every flight day. And now, Plus members can take advantage of a fixed menu on GrandView's most popular routes, with additional savings of up to 15 per cent.

“As other private jet operators suspend new jet card sales or curtail benefits, GrandView is actively selling new memberships offering major new benefits,” says COO Jessie Naor. “Our customers frequently want to know exactly what they are paying on a per trip basis for oneway trips. By providing a fixed menu on our most popular routes at significant savings, we expect strong demand for flights from existing members and a significant increase in new jet card memberships.”

“Current or new members that sign by 1 January will have 2021 rates locked in, avoiding an annual rate increase,” adds David Posey, GrandView Aviation's director of sales. “This is a great time to save on flights through 2022 and start enjoying the benefits of our Altitude memberships.”

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