TWC Aviation Announces Charter Revenue Solutions for Aircraft Owners

San Jose, California (July 25, 2012) — TWC Aviation announced two guaranteed charter revenue solutions for aircraft owners who wish to reduce their operating costs while their aircraft is idle. The TWC RevenueFlex SM and TWC RevenueMax SM...


San Jose, California (July 25, 2012) — TWC Aviation announced two guaranteed charter revenue solutions for aircraft owners who wish to reduce their operating costs while their aircraft is idle. The TWC RevenueFlexSM and TWC RevenueMaxSM guaranteed charter revenue programs are tailored to meet specific goals and provide consistent, predictable revenue every month.

 

TWC RevenueFlex

If a client’s aircraft is underutilized, TWC Aviation will make up the difference between the hours the owner flies each year and the maximum hours they have set for their plane. There is no need for them to give up control of their aircraft by blocking dates in advance. TWC guarantees to generate the charter revenue around the owner’s schedule.

 

TWC RevenueMax

At the beginning of each month, a client commits to a certain number of days to make their aircraft available for charter. TWC then generates guaranteed charter revenue on the dates the owner has selected. The rest of their schedule is open to fly whenever they wish.

 

“Our Guaranteed Charter Revenue Solutions enable aircraft owners to lock in a fixed rate of return, while not losing access or giving up control of their aircraft,” said Andrew Richmond, CEO of TWC Aviation. “The ability to offer these guarantees is a reflection of the growth in our charter business, and the increased demand we have seen for consistent access to quality aircraft for our charter clients.”

 

Details on both TWC guaranteed charter revenue programs are available by calling 888-923-1001.

 

About TWC Aviation, Inc.

TWC Aviation provides aircraft management, jet charter, jet card, and sales & acquisitions services to clients worldwide. TWC Aviation manages a diverse fleet of more than 50 business aircraft throughout the U.S. and abroad, with operations centers in San Jose, Los Angeles, and New York. The company’s fleet includes jets from Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer, Gulfstream, Boeing Business Jets, and Hawker Beechcraft. TWC Aviation is audited by independent safety organizations: IS-BAO, ACSF, Wyvern, and ARGUS. Aircraft operate under FAA Air Carrier Certificate BZUA138N. TWC also maintains an FAR Part 145 Repair Station certification. Further information is online at www.twcaviation.com.

 

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