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Drivania integrates with FlightBridge for ground transport links
The integration will provide several benefits, including a one step booking process and instant confirmations on domestic and international missions.
FlightBridge CEO Dudley King and Drivania Chauffeurs senior vice president, sales Frank Davidson celebrate their recent integration.
Read this story in our December 2022 printed issue.

Drivania Chauffeurs has integrated with FlightBridge, becoming the only executive chauffeured ground transport provider on the business aviation platform with the ability to offer instant confirmations with upfront all-inclusive prices in over 600 US and international destinations.

With the Drivania integration, FlightBridge users will now receive instant confirmations; all-inclusive upfront final prices uploaded in their FlightBridge account; one step booking process with passenger and flight details populated; and special conditions such as negotiated rates, commissions and payment methods.

Additionally, FBOs now have the ability to keep their local ground transport provider and benefit from the Drivania technology tools.

“Drivania has always been a high-touch service with a focus on high-tech to give our customers the absolute best experience,” says senior vice president, sales Frank Davidson. “We're excited about this integration with a powerful platform such as FlightBridge that will help operators easily and instantly confirm ground transport on domestic and international missions.”

“We're thrilled to be able to streamline the ground transport booking experience through our integration with Drivania,” adds FlightBridge CEO Dudley King.

Drivania has more than 21 years of ground transportation experience providing services to the general aviation community worldwide and a joint venture partnership with global mission management provider Universal Weather and Aviation.

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