Skyjet to be the exclusive private jet services sponsor of New England’s premier equestrian sporting event in September
Bombardier Skyjet, the pioneer service for online booking of privately chartered business jets and provider of the Skyjet Card, announced its sponsorship of the 2007 Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic event, which will take place Sept. 5-9 in South Hamilton, Mass. As one of the elite title sponsors, Skyjet is the official sponsor of the 2007 Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic Opening Ceremonies and the exclusive private jet services sponsor. In addition, Skyjet is offering participants and attendees a special limited-time discount of $1,000 for new customers who purchase any jet card offering from Skyjet.
“Skyjet is delighted to be associated with the Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic, New England's premier equestrian event,” stated Skyjet Managing Director Chris Milligan.
”The Jumper Classic is a unique spectator event that draws thousands of equestrian enthusiasts to a wide array of additional attractions, and we look forward to introducing them to Skyjet and the many benefits of private jet travel,” he added.
Skyjet will staff a display in the exhibit area to introduce attendees to its range of jet card and on-demand charter offerings, and outstanding customer service features. The company’s product line includes its flagship program – the Skyjet Card – which provides customers with flight time, starting at 25 hours, on a preferred aircraft size with guaranteed availability and simple hourly pricing.
Skyjet Card members have the assurance of a quality travel experience through Skyjet’s in-house team of customer care professionals and its network of carefully chosen charter operators. These top-notch operators have met the most stringent requirements of independent aviation audit authorities, in addition to Skyjet’s own high standards.
The Skyjet Card offers numerous advantages and unique features, including the ability to use program hours to fly to long-range destinations, such as Hawaii, the Caribbean, Bahamas, Mexico, and Europe and the ability to travel between two international points utilizing the services of its sister organization, Bombardier Skyjet International.
The Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic is a five-day event that offers a full spectrum of classes for show jumping competitors from Wednesday, Sept. 5 through Sunday, Sept. 9, culminating in the $75,000 Fidelity Investments AGA Grand Prix and the $10,000 Mohegan Sun Speed Stake for the top riders. To learn more about the schedule of events for the 2007 Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic, visit www.jumperclassic.com.
About Bombardier Skyjet
Founded in 1997 and acquired by Bombardier in 2000, Skyjet pioneered real-time, on-line booking of privately chartered business jets and today is a leader in a broad range of private aviation solutions for its own customers as well as for other Bombardier divisions. Skyjet’s flagship program, the Skyjet Card, offers members a choice of 25, 50 or 100 flight hours in a preferred size of aircraft, and guaranteed availability with a 12-hour advanced reservation. By charging a simple hourly rate for each hour flown, the Skyjet Card eliminates the deadhead costs associated with one-way jet travel and takes the confusion out of charter jet pricing. Skyjet also offers on-demand business jet charter through its quality network of operators. For more information or to book a trip, call 888-2-SKYJET or visit www.skyjet.com. To inquire about the Jumper Classic discount, call 866-620-3922.
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