Heritage flight establishes charter pricing option to serve Boston area

first_imgHeritage Aviation, Inc.,Heritage Flight, a Burlington-based air charter operator, has established a Bedford, Massachusetts based pricing option to serve Boston and the surrounding area.Heritage Flight has been in business since 1984. Boston area residents will enjoy access to a King Air C90B aircraft for their business and personal use, which creates an opportunity for them to be in charge of their own plans. Customers can create their own itinerary and fly anywhere in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic regions with no hassles and no connections. Focusing on the heart of business and personal travel, Heritage Flight provides the experience and excitement of creating time by eliminating travel barriers.In addition to serving major airports the King Air C90B has a great short field capability which allows access to the many smaller airports that may be closer to the final destination and once again – save time.Sample travel times include: Bangor, ME – 1 hr. 5 min.; New York City – 1 hr. 8 min.; Washington, DC – 2 hr. 9 min.; Montreal – 1 hr. 22 min.; Syracuse, NY – 1 hr. 28 min.; and Pittsburgh – 2 hr. 20 min.Private air charter is a cost-effective, efficient means of travel that adds to productivity. By saving time productivity increases en route. Pre-meeting planning can take place en route and the post-meeting wrap-up can be conducted on the return flight. The whole experience takes place in a secure and confidential setting. Customers will minimize travel related time away from home, reduce travel fatigue, and increase productivity.Another advantage of air charter is scheduling. If an itinerary needs to change it can be adjusted by simply informing Heritage Flight. If a passenger is delayed getting to the airport the aircraft departure time will be adjusted to meet the passenger’s needs. There is no need to rush. Heritage Flight is hassle free and also offers passengers free parking. Minutes after leaving the vehicle passengers will be airborne. There are no terminal delays or inconveniences.Heritage Flight prides itself on service and safety. Customers of Heritage Flight are encouraged to convey special catering or ground transportation needs prior to the trip. Heritage Flight has received three prestigious safety ratings that place the company in an elite category and distinguishes the company from other charter operators in the nation. Heritage Flight is IS-BAO certified, ARG/US Platinum rated, and Wyvern recommended. These certifications reflect an investment in airline grade infrastructure and an emphasis on safety culture.More information and trip quotes are available by calling 800 782-0773 or by visiting at www.flyheritage.com(link is external).SOURCE Heritage FlightBOSTON, March 10, 2009 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —last_img read more

New card projections give glimpse of the future for credit unions

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Credit unions and other card issuers might see significant growth in their card businesses over the next four years, according to new consumer spending projections from The Nilson Report. And for one credit union industry expert, the projections emphasized how much credit unions will need to compete in order to stay relevant to members.The Nilson Report projected this week that combined spending for goods and services on debit, credit and prepaid cards will rise from $7.266 trillion in 2018 to $10.086 trillion in 2023.Most of that spending (54.13%) will occur on credit cards by 2023, which is a slightly smaller proportion of total spending than in 2018 (54.17%) or 2017 (54.37%), it said. However, The Nilson Report also projected that outstanding balances will hit $1.435 trillion by the end of 2023, up from $1.124 trillion at the end of 2018. It predicted that the average credit card transaction would rise from $90.73 in 2018 to $94.44 in 2023.“When nearly 7 billion payment cards generate more than $7 trillion in purchases of goods and services…you have to conclude the state of the card business is very good,” The Nilson Report publisher David Robertson said. continue reading »last_img read more