When it comes to service and convenience, the sky’s the limit.
A storm cycle is pounding the Tetons, and it’s your last chance to be chest-deep this season.
You’ve got a board meeting at 8am tomorrow morning.
Friends you haven’t seen in years are making a trip out West. In addition to skiing Park City, they desperately want to see Zion National Park.
They’re only visiting for three days.
A potential client has invited your company for a sales pitch Tuesday morning.
You need your best employee to land the account, and she’s leaving for her honeymoon Tuesday afternoon.
Fortunately, there’s a solution to each of these problems — Keystone Aviation. Whether you’re working with a time crunch, a remote location or a last-minute need, Keystone Aviation can manage nearly any request, any size group, heading to any location.
“We offer personalized service on every aircraft , from our Pilatus PC 12 for regional hops to our Gulfstream luxury jets, which are capable of non-stop service to Europe for 19 people,” said Kim Page, COO of Keystone Aviation.
In addition to offering on-demand private air travel, Keystone Aviation provides aircraft management, maintenance and sales solutions for customers from Salt Lake to Spain. With over 20 years of industry experience, the company’s experienced team of professionals pride themselves on an impeccable safety record and commitment to personalized service, unmatched by any other provider.
While Keystone Aviation is most oft en used for business travel, Kim noted there’s been a remarkable increase in the demand for personal private air travel. “With the Epic pass, we find more and more people chasing powder and resort hopping. But that’s not very realistic when flying commercial. And when a group of friends all pitch in, it can be surprisingly
affordable,” she said.
And remarkably convenient too when you consider there’s no need to check skis, mountain bikes, golf clubs or your pets. “With Keystone Aviation, there are no layovers, no lines and no luggage fees; we really make flying pleasurable again,” added Kim.
There are a number of options for pricing, and you don’t need your own plane, or a membership, to book with Keystone. “We consider ourselves property managers for aircraft ,” Kim explained. “Some clients have full ownership, and we maintain their aircraft for their private use. And others prefer to generate income from their planes, and we are able to lease them to the public or businesses. We also have a frequent flyer program of sorts, in the sense that the more someone books with us, lower rates are available.”
If you’re looking to increase productivity, quickly need in and out of an inaccessible location or just prefer the ease and luxury of private air travel, visit KeystoneAviation.com for more information.