Private Jet Services Group Airlift Contingency Management Program – Rescues Billionaire Client from Thailand

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Private Jet Services Group Airlift Contingency Management Program – Rescues Billionaire Client from Thailand

Private Jet Services Group (PJS), one of North America’s largest air charter services firms, announced today “Mission Accomplished”, evacuating a US Citizen from Thailand who fell gravely ill last week.

Private Jet Services Group (PJS) began implementing a strategic "Airlift Contingency Program" for its clients in 2006. The Airlift Contingency Program delivers rapid response flights 24 hours a day, 365 days a year anywhere in the world. This Airlift Contingency Program is designed to track availability of operators that provide similar aircraft types as the ones being used by a travelling member. Just last week, PJS received a phone call from a stricken member, who was vacationing in Thailand and required immediate care. PJS immediately sprang into action, spooling up a Global Express corporate jet, equipped with a full stateroom and 6,000nm range to safely return the gentleman home to the East Coast of the United States.

“He fell ill in one of the hardest to reach locales on earth” commented Greg Raiff, CEO of PJS, “our extraction flight required over flight permits from the governments of Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, and Taiwan. I am proud of our operations team, who was able to put together all of these requirements under truly “Life or Death” pressures.”

As a member of the Airlift Contingency Program, when an unforeseen requirement arises, PJS works to analyze all contingency options available. When an aircraft evacuation becomes necessary, PJS will generate the closest suitable aircraft that meets the specific passenger and routing requirements.

About Private Jet Group
Private Jet Group is composed of three companies: Private Jet Management Group, Inc. (PJM), Private Jet Commercial Group, Inc. (PJC), and Private Jet Services Group, Inc. (PJS). PJM does not own, lease or operate aircraft. PJC acts as marketing and booking agent for USA Jet Airlines Inc., a licensed Part 121 air carrier holding FAA Certificate Number Y2PA154Y. PJC does not own, lease or operate aircraft. PJS is an air charter broker serving discerning corporate clients and leisure travelers through the use of VIP and coach configured airliners as well as small, midsize, and large cabin executive jets for meetings, top-tier incentive programs, live entertainment touring, customer appreciation events and luxury travel. PJS maintains a repeat-client rate in excess of 90% and this strong client loyalty is the best indicator of PJS's specialization, pricing, and performance. PJS acts as agent for its clients in negotiating and facilitating transportation with licensed air carriers. PJS does not own, lease or operate aircraft and has no affiliation with any carrier except that PJS’s sister companies, PJM and PJC, act as agents for carriers as set forth above. Transportation booked through PJS to be furnished by USA Jet Airlines Inc. will be arranged through the interaction of PJS on behalf of its client and PJM or PJC respectively on behalf of the carrier.

Private Jet Services Group is a privately held corporation formed in 2003 by Greg Raiff, who is the current president and CEO. Raiff has over 22 years in the aviation industry and is widely respected as one of the leading executives in the aviation logistics industry, with a specialization in the sourcing of both VIP and standard-configured airliners for live entertainment touring, large group, professional and collegiate sports team travel. The company has a diversified client base that extends into various segments throughout the world including luxury travel, incentive travel, business fleet management, and other corporate needs.

For further information, please contact:
Greg Raiff, Private Jet Services Group, Inc.
Private Jet Group of Companies
5 Batchelder Road, Seabrook, NH 03874
Tel: (603) 468-4000 Fax: (603) 468-1310


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