Fractional jet operator CitationAir by Cessna has launched a new initiative called Jet Access, which allows customers to fly without buying a share of an aircraft.
Customers can fly on the company’s fleet of Citation XLS or Sovereign aircraft.
The program allows customers with a 50 hours annual commitment all the benefits of fractional ownership, together with the flexibility and risk-free benefits of a Jet Card.
“The Jet Access product requires no aircraft ownership, thereby eliminating any concerns about future residual values,” said Steve O’Neill, CitationAir’s CEO.
The world’s first Aston Martin Club Lounge has just opened its doors. The club is located at The Prime Society in Singapore’s Dempsey Hill neighborhood.
Created by Ingrid Prasatya, the lounge features custom-made tables crafted out of authentic Aston Martin wheel-rims as well as large-format prints of different car models.
Specially mixed cocktails in martini glasses referencing Aston Martin are also named after the different cars.
They are already regular users of Twitter and YouTube — but now Britain’s royal family is setting up its own page on Internet social networking site Facebook.
The British Monarchy page features pictures, videos, news and speeches from Queen Elizabeth II and heir to the throne Prince Charles, plus his two sons Princes William and Harry, among others.
The Queen’s first day on Facebook Monday attracted the attention of more than 100,000 users of the social networking site as royalists, republicans, jokers and sentimental admirers rushed to comment on the British Monarchy page.
The hotel loyalty program Marriott Rewards, which counts 33 million members, has swept an awards event honoring the world’s best frequent traveler schemes.
It won the best hotel Program of the Year in both the Americas and in Europe, as well as a further nine awards, the most of any brand at the Frequent Traveler Awards presented November 4.
Gongs for the program included Best Redemption Promotion, Best Earning Promotion and Best Redemption Ability in the hotel category across the Americas, Europe and Africa, and Middle East and Oceania.
Luxury hotel chain Ritz-Carlton introduced its new loyalty program September 15, revealing some of the high-end names it has partnered with.
Ritz-Carlton Rewards goes “far beyond providing complimentary stays and airline flights,” offering a broad selection of unique travel experiences.
Fashion names already confirmed for the program include clothing brand Vera Wang and retailer Neiman Marcus.
Burlesque superstar Dita Von Teese, in collaboration with Cointreau, is planning to open a pop up members only club in Paris’ Montmartre district.
Cointreau Privé is set to open on Dita’s birthday on September 29 , the cabaret performer’s birthday, and stay open for one month.
The club will serve her signature cocktail made of orange liqueur, apple juice, lemon juice, and violet syrup and will be decorated with “lots of Swarovski crystals and feathers,” said Von Teese.