As someone who has a long-standing fear of flying, I will admit that Avjet Corporation has the potential to convert me into an avid-jetsetter. The unofficial king of the skies when it comes to luxury aviation, Avjet has become a formidable presence in its competitive, high-end industry based largely on its unparalleled customer service and safety rates, as well as its control over one of the largest executive jet charter fleets of designer aircraft like the Boeing Business Jet, Global Express, Gulfstream 550, 450, 200 and 150 aircraft. Avjet helps clients with aircraft sales and acquisitions, while also providing concierge-level service (not to mention gourmet food from the world’s best chefs!) during the thousands of premier charter flights it operates, and everyone receives the highest level of customer service that only an elite company that caters to an elite crowd can offer.
With a slogan like “Leading where others follow,” it’s clear that Avjet strives to offer only the best in service and quality to its powerful, high-profile international clientele. And when we say powerful and high-profile, we mean it. A recent mission engineered by Avjet involved a certain country known as North Korea, and a certain man known as President Bill Clinton. That’s right, Avjet Corporation supplied air transportation in their BBJ, for former President Bill Clinton on his successful diplomatic mission to secure the release of two imprisoned American television journalists, Laura Ling and Euna Lee, which brought him (and Avjet flight crew) directly into the North Korean capital of Pyongyang.
About Avjet’s role in the operation, Chairman and CEO Marc Foulkrod said, “We are honored to have been selected as the global air transportation partner for this historic humanitarian mission. Our selection reflects Avjet’s uncompromising commitment to security and confidentiality for our client base of VIP travelers, as well as our broad global presence.”
Pictured above: Avjet’s BBJ arriving from North Korea with President Clinton and the two imprisoned American television journalists, Laura Ling and Euna Lee.