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NetJets launches customer booking iPhone app

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Tatjana Obrazcova

NetJets has launched a phone application that will allow its customers to book flights.

The app, which is currently only available on the iPhone, also gives its customers the ability to check flight statuses and update personal flight preferences.

“In the last year, we received about 20,000 bookings through our online customer portal”

“We are constantly seeking new ways to save our customers time and simplify their travel experiences. Mobile accessibility is something we’re excited to offer as a quick, one-touch solution for all of our customers’ travel needs,” said Patrick Gallagher, EVP of Sales and Marketing, “In the last year, we received about 20,000 bookings through our online customer portal, which demonstrates the demand for secure and convenient access to NetJets. Our new app is a great way to provide the information they need, when they need it and it is just one more way to enhance our customers’ overall experience.”



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