Fri, Jun 27, 2008
Fractional Provider Holds Operators To Strict Standards
Cutter Aviation announced this week
it has been designated as the Preferred FBO by Bombardier FlexJet
at its locations at the PHX, DVT, ABQ, ELP, RBD and TKI. This
designation is awarded based upon Cutter’s high level of
customer service, pilot and passenger amenities, specialized
services, safety and overall quality.
"We are pleased to receive this designation from FlexJet," said
Brad Kathrins, General Manager. "It recognizes the hard work and
dedication to excellent service put forth by every one of the
Cutter Team Members."
Each Preferred FBO must adhere to standards set by FlexJet for
the handling of their aircraft, passengers and crew. FlexJet
conducts thorough initial reviews of each FBO as well as periodic
audits to assure the highest level of service.
"It's always exciting to bring together two dynamic companies
with strong brand recognition" said Kathrins. "Both Cutter Aviation
and Bombardier FlexJet are industry leaders in service, safety,
value and innovation."
Established in 1995 and based in Richardson, TX, Bombardier
FlexJet offers a turnkey program allowing individuals or companies
to purchase a share in a Bombardier jet at a fraction of the full
ownership cost. FlexJet owners select the aircraft type that best
fits their needs, determine the number of hours per year they
expect to fly, and purchase shares starting at 1/16th (equal to 50
hours of flying).
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