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Charter app unveiled for iPhone flyers

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 20, 2011

Global aircraft charter broker Chapman Freeborn has announced the launch of a unique iPhone application that will give business travellers immediate access to thousands of private aircraft available for charter around the world.

Designed for “quick, accurate and executive-friendly ‘on-the-go’ charter enquiries”, ‘Private Jet’ provides important information for users requesting a specific chartered aircraft through their iPhone, including quotes, based on live, up-to-date market information, flight times, fuel stops and various high-resolution photographs of suitable aircraft.

Once a customer has made their decision, Private Jet can send a request directly through their handset to any one of Chapman Freeborn’s offices worldwide, where the charter will then be processed.

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“Private Jet is the ideal tool for people who need to access Chapman Freeborn’s aircraft information on a tight timescale, and its user-friendly design means it will set the standard for making charter enquiries on the move for many years to come”, Chapman Freeborn Group executive Sales and Marketing director, Alex Berry said in a statement.

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