Sun, Jan 21, 2007
Air Charter Services Website Offers 24-Hour Access To Flight
Lane Aviation recently
joined forces with Charter My Flight.com to offer 24-hour on-line
access to air charter services throughout the US and Canada. The
website, which launched this month, compliments current air charter
information and quotes offered by Lane Aviation.
Chartermyflight.com allows users to chart their air charter
destinations using on-site maps. After mapping their air charter
flight, which oftentimes can bring travelers closer to their end
destinatiom, users can request an on-line quote that is delivered
within 24 hours.
Charter My Flight.com is working with Lane Aviation because of
its reputation, reliability and customer service commitment, said
Mike Pomeroy, creator of the website.
"Lane Aviation is one of the oldest aviation service companies
in the nation. Additionally, Lane recently received a National
Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Safe Flying Award for more
than 70 years of accident-free service, making them the perfect
partner for Charter My Flight.com." he added.
"We are proud to partner with Charter My Flight.com to bring the
value of on-demand air charter flights and our Air Pass to an even
broader audience," said Mark Myers, director of marketing/charter
at Lane Aviation. "We are always looking for new ways to serve our
customers, and Charter My Flight.com gives us another avenue to
compliment what we are already doing."
Lane is a full-service FBO with locations at Port Columbus
International (CMH) and Rickenbacker International (LCK)
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