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Offers wanted for regular flights Zug - IBZ

Old 19th Mar 2012, 12:42
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Offers wanted for regular flights Zug - IBZ

We are checking costs to fly Zug (or nearest airport) Friday afternoon returning Sunday night, just 1 pax, flying nearly every weekend. Turbo prop or jet considered, with our best offer at 8500 per round trip at the moment. Would also consider lease depending on terms. Please send us offers and terms if interested.
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Old 19th Mar 2012, 13:06
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Wouldn't a broker be more appropriate?
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why would he need a broker for such a regular straightforward trip?

Its not obligatory is it! I appreciate if you're shifting Kylie around a world tour then a broker will come into his own but a regular flight like this theres considerable savings to be made over 12 months if you book direct and it might be the difference between the client actually doing it or not doing it.

A broker might be handy for the operator to find some work for a regular Ibiza based weekend aircraft for an out and back - in fact that might be handy as long as you're back for Sunday night
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Old 19th Mar 2012, 16:11
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Where is ZUG ? Thank You
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Old 19th Mar 2012, 16:19
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Fair enough - but It does rather rely on suitable operators reading this forum
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ZUG appears to be Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA......presumably the "E8500" is a typo ??
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I was assuming it was the Zug about 50 south of Zurich
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The OP presumably means Zug, Switzerland, in which case Zurich would be the closest intl. airport.

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