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21st April 2020

Returnjet Urges Charter Brokers And Private Jet Operators To Test Its Site For Free

April 2020 – Multi-award winning Private Jet booking platform Returnjet.com, the world’s largest search and booking site, is recommending that Charter Brokers and Private Jet Operators, not needlessly spend money during this global Covid-19 pandemic and test Returnjet for free.

Whilst so many charter companies have been affected financially by the global lockdown, this is the ideal time for Brokers to test Returnjet.com for free.  More Brokers than ever are using Returnjet as their go-to platform, to help them stay in business and receive responsive flight quotes, at the most competitive prices.

For Charter Operators, this is the ideal time for them to advertise their aircraft availability to over 1200 global Brokers, at zero cost to themselves.

Emma Logan, Sales & Marketing Director of Returnjet.com says: “During this worldwide pandemic, we want to reassure all charter operators and brokers that Returnjet is continuing to provide the best possible service, free of charge, ensuring that operators are still able to market their fleets and brokers can still receive flight quotes and the ability to book private jet charters and Empty Legs.  Whilst there are many travel restrictions still in place, a number of routes are now opening up across various parts of the globe and operators are still able to quote for flights throughout 2020 and beyond.”

To activate your free Operator or Broker account with Returnjet please visit:  www.returnjet.com

For further information for Operators, please contact: heather.jennings@returnjet.com
For further information for Brokers, please contact: emma@returnjet.com

 

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