Airnetz Aviation expands business jet and helicopter charter services to USA

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Mumbai, May 26 (ANI/Business Wire India): Airnetz Aviation (www.airnetz.com), a trusted name in business travel in India, is now expanding its business jet and helicopter charter services for Indian executives visiting USA.

This first of its kind service provides business jet charters to large enterprises as well as small and medium businesses in all locations in United States.

The service will be accessible to a large number of corporate Indian travelers visiting USA for business endeavor. The convenience of choosing the time for the flight can be acquired. Hence corporate travelers can avail this expediency without depending much on the commercial airlines with their own set timings.

Large number of Indian executives visits USA for business and chartering is an ideal kind of service to arrange meetings with clients in the sky. "Business trips have never been so idyllic. Meetings have a time periphery. Owing to Airnetz Aviation, the only thing that a corporate needs to fret about is the meeting and not how to arrive at the destination on time. That's the kind of service we offer," said Atul Khekade, CEO of Airnetz Aviation.

Airnetz provides a quick quote facility where quoted amount for a charter flight for a travel between any two locations is sent over email within five minutes. Corporate travelers visiting USA, can now charter jets or helicopters in USA through Airnetz's tele-booking facility on local Indian numbers. "It is like calling for a pizza. Booking can be done with a two day notice period and you have your charter ready," Khekade added.

Airnetz has over 4000 fleet network, flexibility and access to many airports of many big cities. "India is finally visible on the global map, similarly we too want to make this global by becoming the first Indian Company to start business jet and helicopter service offerings in USA. After USA we are planning to start our service in Dubai and UK," Khekade further said.

ANI

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