In an August 13 article titled “Feds fighting against US Airways-American merger likely good for business travelers, Sky Harbor” Greg Raiff, CEO of New Hampshire-based Private Jet Service Group, contends the proposed US Air-American merger would reduce service to second-tier U.S. markets outside of cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami, and leaves the domestic airline marketplace with less competition.
Seabrook, NH, July 24 2013 — Today, PJS Private Jet Services announced that the company will be the exclusive air travel partner of the 4th Annual Rising Coaches Elite Conference taking place next week in Las Vegas, NV.
Seabrook, NH — Private Jet Services Group (PJS) has secured $10 million in financing from RBS Citizens to continue its torrid growth through acquisition of top-tier competitors in the Third Party Logistics industry.
Private Jet Services has unveiled a brand makeover that reflects the recent growth and new focus on business aviation.
London-based marketing firm 400 channeled the old brand while staying current with new trends when creating the new branding. With the new branding came a redesigned website, produced by Vital Design of Portsmouth, NH.
CEO of PJS and aviation expert Greg Raiff comments on the advanced industry transformation from traditional stair-step landing to a more continuous approach, which could save hundreds of pounds in fuel. With sizable fuel savings each landing, the new approach features appealing benefits such as a decrease in carbon dioxide emissions and possible savings for the consumers. The Denver International Airport (DIA) now welcomes the innovative process.
Raiff states the importance of the FAA in this development, “Even if the airport rolls out, if the (air traffic control) doesn’t implement it, it does no good. I think it is up to the FAA to really push this thing through because you really need a national coordinated effort in order to make it work.”
PJS CEO Greg Raiff discusses the increase of revenue and growth of Private Jet Services despite years of economic downturn. In the Concord Monitor Job Interview article, Raiff discusses the importance of earning loyal customers and providing them the best value.
To illustrate his dedication, Raiff describes the impeccable planning put into flying an NHL team during the Stanley Cup from one intense, zealous hockey town to another.