How ExecuJet Get the Little Things Right
Luxaviation is making travel personal.
Private travel is a privilege, not only for the prestige but also for its personalisation and convenience.
In what is the essence of luxury, Luxaviation has proven over their years in the private aviation industry that it is the little things that create the experience.
Not content to rely on the prestige of the industry, Luxaviation and ExecuJet have been quietly moving to create an enhanced, seamless and positive travel experience across their range of services, making air travel more about the journey and not the destination.
In creating a “service first” environment, the team at ExecuJet goes far beyond delivering positive experiences. By investing in their personnel through programs such as the Ritz Carlton exclusive Journey of Service Excellence program for staff-wide training, to the establishment of the Luxaviation academy, a considerable effort has been made to the levels of customer service within the air-travel industry to new heights.
Travellers can still enjoy all the benefits of aircraft ownership, without the hassle of management in operations as Luxaviation take care of the complexities 24 hours a day – 365 days a year with account managers designated to each aircraft.
The net result is a service that is personalised, where the charter team have taken the time to learn each individual’s needs on the ground and in the air.
Before you even take off, the group’s global network is working hard to deliver first-class facilities for passengers and crew – and as a leading international operator – everything is accounted for even the signature scent in all VIP lounges and on-board aircraft.
And once in the air, you’re privy to the refined food options, luxurious seating and amenities all make up the bulk of the experience, while the flight crew – dressed in uniforms reminiscent of the glamour jet-set age – all tend to your bespoke desires. There’s nothing left for you to do other than sit back, relax and enjoy the creature comforts of the cabin.
Private travel is personal travel, and you can’t put a price on that.