Airline Reporting Corporation Partners with P. Jason King Associates

Airline Reporting Corporation (ARC) is continuing its expansion with a new partnership with P. Jason King Associates to offer ARC participating travel agencies and carriers reduced fees for personnel recruiting and consulting services. As part of The King Group, which also includes the Yours In Travel Group, P. Jason King Associates have been providing travel recruitment and consulting services for more than 35 years.

The firm provides personnel with all levels of experience – from back office to senior management – in every facet of the travel industry, including administration, sales, marketing, operations, finance, IT and more.

“P. Jason King Associates is excited to work with ARC,” said P. Jason King, president and CEO. “We take great pride in our work and look forward to assisting ARC participants small, medium, or large, travel management companies and corporate travel departments, and carriers in providing qualified and experienced candidates.” 

ARC participating travel agencies and carriers will receive special discounted fees on all recruitment and consulting services. Standard fees for ARC participating agencies and carriers start at 30 percent, with a 25 percent fee becoming available at second engagement. Additionally, all expenses relating to recruitment services will be waived for all ARC participants, ARC said.

“We’re happy to partner with The King Group,” said Christopher Flores, ARC program director. “Their reputation and commitment to the travel industry will certainly bring value to our members in need of their services.”

To learn more about P. Jason King Associates’ benefits for ARC participants, please call the toll free number, which has been set up specifically for ARC, 1-855- ARC ASST (1-855-272-2778).

More than 15,000 travel agencies and 190 airlines use ARC transaction settlement services that, in 2010, totaled more than $77 billion in value. ARC also supplies transactional data to organizations, facilitating better business decisions through fact-based market analyses. 

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