|By PR Newswire||
|November 27, 2012 05:25 AM EST||
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Raising the Bar on Luxury Pet Travel
Air Royale International Inc., a global leader in private air charter, and Sit 'n Stay Global, the foremost provider of in-flight service for pets aboard private jets, have announced a strategic alliance that brings new meaning to luxury air travel for people and their pets. Air Royale, with access to more than 5,000 jets, and its proprietary ARIES (Air Royale International Execujet Search) quoting system, provides its clients with the most trustworthy solution for charter travel. Once on board, Sit 'n Stay flight attendants provide exquisite service, offered by trained professionals who are not only certified by the American Red Cross' Pet First Aid and CPR programs, but also maintain all corporate flight attendant safety qualifications.
Carol Martin, top dog at Sit 'n Stay Global, said, "The focus at Sit 'n Stay Global is to provide a supremely safe and satisfying experience for clients traveling with pets and to make your pet feel like an important guest too, including our newest offering: FURst Class Service. We stay current on all of the safety and culinary training to make your flight superb, but best of all, Sit 'n Stay flight attendants are true pet lovers. We developed the first standardized Pet Safety Protocols for pets flying on private jets. These safety protocols cover everything from turbulence to decompression and bracing positions, as well as evacuation procedures on land or in water."
Wayne J. Rizzi, president & CEO of Air Royale, summed up the alliance by adding, "People are choosing to fly on private jets not only for the security, convenience and comfort they provide, but also to be able to bring their pet along in the cabin. Jet charter travel can be defined in many ways. Seeking out the best private jet charter, and expecting a seamless air charter experience can be a challenge for anyone. Air Royale and our newest partner, Sit 'n Stay Global, can help make it the perfect charter jet experience."
Since 1994, Air Royale has led the industry in procuring aircraft for world-renowned entertainers and artists, Fortune 500 companies, diplomats, heads of state, private citizens and even celebrity animals. From twin-engine turboprops to world-class corporate jets to executive-configured airliners, Air Royale is known as the "boutique" air charter intermediary services company. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, London, and Hong Kong, Air Royale can arrange for safe, on-demand private air charter worldwide.
So why not consider having your entire family treated like royalty on your next trip? It all starts with contacting Air Royale or Sit 'n Stay Global, and they will make the rest fall into place. Through our partnership, you can now have your cake (or dog biscuit) and eat it too.
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