Fly British Airways, Connect via CitationAir

  • Mary Grady

Private jets are a great way to travel, and now a new offer for British Airways customers makes it easier to access the CitationAir fleet in North America and the Caribbean. The PrivateConnect service provides simple online or phone reservations, and travelers can pay by the trip using a credit card—no contract, commitment, or up-front fees required. The program is open to members of the British Airways Executive Club and corporate account holders, as well as anyone who has flown on the airline in the last 12 months. And if you use PrivateConnect to meet your British Airways flight, chauffeured transport from your jet to the terminal is free. (877.675.6478, www.flyprivateconnect.com)

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