Lufthansa Signs with BusinessJet Class

Lufthansa has signed an agreement with BusinessJet Class, the first marketing and automated distribution system for private jet charters. Through this GDS agents may book private jets via the Internet. BusinessJet Class' automated distribution system matches the functionality of commercial airline GDS capabilities, and allows travel professionals to price, quote and book jet charters. The BusinessJet Class agreement now allows travel agents to seamlessly book Lufthansa's scheduled commercial flights in conjunction with Lufthansa Private Jet. Agents can shop from a single display to book a complete itinerary originating in any of the 3500 or more general aviation airports in the U.S. to any of the more than 1000 destinations in Europe offered by Lufthansa Private Jet. The BusinessJet Class reservation system will automatically build the itineraries from the point of origin, through the most appropriate Lufthansa gateway in the U.S. and using the most appropriate Lufthansa hub in Germany. To celebrate this agreement and emphasize BusinessJet Class' commitment to the travel agency community, BusinessJet Class will offer its appointed agents a five percent commission on all Lufthansa First Class transAtlantic segments booked through BusinessJet Class in conjunction with a U.S. domestic private jet. Lufthansa is offering a $500 incentive for every Lufthansa Private Jet booked in conjunction with a Lufthansa First Class transAtlantic segment, with a maximum benefit roundtrip benefit of $1,000. Visit [www.businessjetclass.com] or [www.lufthansa-private-jet.com].

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