Stratajet secures partnership for Embraer Legacy 500 offers
Aug 29, 2016
Stratajet has confirmed the addition of an Embraer Legacy 500 to its fleet through a partnership deal with Centreline. According to Terry Spruce’s news article published at the Corporate Jet Investor website on 25 August 2016: “The addition of the Legacy 500 expands the availability of the aircraft management and charter company’s fleet to nine aircraft on Stratejet.com.” Customers can now book flights on the Legacy 500.
The Legacy 500 is a versatile nine-seat aircraft that is well-suited for private aviation and charter services. It is a brand-new aircraft that Centreline acquired in March 2016, according to Spruce. The partnership deal between Stratajet and Centreline marks an important phase in the corporate strategies of both companies. Indeed, whereas Stratajet gets the benefit of operating the United Kingdom’s only registered Legacy 500, Centreline gets to profit from the diversification of its product offerings and revenue sources.
Spruce quotes the founder and CEO of Stratajet, Jonny Nicol, as saying: “The team at Centreline are renowned for their customer service and are held in high regard across the industry. The company’s fleet and experience have always been welcome on our platform and allow our customers to further tailor their travel to match their needs. The Legacy 500 is a particularly exciting new inclusion to the ever-increasing range of options open to our users. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Centreline in the coming years as we strive to bring private jet travel to a wider audience across Europe.”
Centreline’s senior management team is similarly upbeat about the partnership with Stratajet. According to Spruce, Centreline’s commercial director, Phil Brockwell, sees the partnership as a momentous opportunity for the company to offer its customers greater convenience and flexibility. Brockwell remains optimistic that the partnership is a right step towards the achievement of his company’s expansion strategy.