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Skytime Jets announce partnership with Ryan Aviation Group

Posted 17 March 2017 · Add Comment

Gloucester-based private jet charter specialists, Skytime Jets, has announced that it will be partnering with Los Angeles-based private jet firm, Ryan Aviation Group to specialise in global music tours.

Having worked closely together over the past few years, the two companies will now work in partnership to charter private jets and ensure that music artists and their team receive first-class travel that is as seamless, discreet and luxurious as possible.

Ryan Aviation, which specialises in providing transport for musicians on tour throughout the US, South America and Australasia, will now coordinate its efforts in the European market with Skytime, who have an extensive knowledge of the European market.

Dan Ryan, CEO of Ryan Aviation Group commented: “I’ve been working closely with the Skytime team and their dedication at making sure the client’s needs are met is outstanding. They are a breath of fresh air in the industry.  Their knowledge of the sector is second to none and I’m extremely excited about the partnership.  We both work with our clients on a personal level ensuring we go above and beyond what is expected and this partnership enables us to give that personal experience to each and every tour.”

Skytime and Ryan Aviation Group will combine their wealth of experience and knowledge of both the US and European markets to deliver global travel solutions to high-end clients.



James Shotton (above), co-founder of Skytime Jets, said: “At Skytime we have always delivered a personal experience to our customers. We understand the demands that are placed on Tour Managers and we empathise with that.

“Skytime will always ensure that every tour we work on is treated as if it is the only tour we are working on.  Our clients are never just a number to us and in Ryan Aviation we have been lucky to find a partner with the same ethos, transparency and work ethic.”

“We have arranged music tours for many years and our partnership with Ryan Aviation means the clients of both companies will benefit from our collective thinking and ability.”

 

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