You're flying commercial, you arrive to the terminal, through security, to the lounge to then find out that due to earlier delays - your flight is now delayed. In stark contract, take a look at the events our card holder experienced recently flying out of Sydney.
Time after time, George was being let down.
If you’re a busy individual like George, running multiple businesses, travelling frequently with a young family at home, his story would be familiar.
George frequently travels between
Melbourne and Sydney for his businesses, avoiding overnights so he could spend more time at home with his family.
This entailed a carefully planned day trip – and required his commercial flights to run on time (or close enough to).
But year after year, declining on time performance and growing cancellation rates let him down. His Platinum status providing little value with the airline duopoly.
Then came the final straw, having his day in Sydney planned to the minute, all meetings ticked off and en route to the airport, his flight was cancelled and subsequently rebooked the following day.
This was George’s ‘ah ha’ moment.
He knew of
private aviation already, chartering once or twice a year as well as booking empty legs.
But while in his hotel room in Sydney he came across
Access by Airly.
A product where he could trust us to get him where he needed to be, when he needed to be there.
Not just that, providing this service for a fixed price enabling him to budget annual travel expenses.
This sole decision put
George back in control of his day, gifting him more time and the certainty that he would be home in time for dinner with his young family.
We’ve been patiently waiting for the airline’s on time performance results from June.
Recently, there’s been substantial coverage on airline cancellations, delays and security queues going as far as the eye can see.
Our patience has been rewarded.
Less than half a chance of arriving on time from Sydney to Melbourne
Saying less than half is probably too nice.
If you flew commercial from Sydney to Melbourne you had a
42.5% chance of arriving on time.
A total of 15.3% of flights were cancelled too.
By all reports, July is looking no better as the airlines continue to fight their low cost staffing solutions, flu/covid and a lack of ‘match fit’ travellers (their words, not ours).
Remember George? In June he arrived to his destination right on time, every time.
This article is a bit of a throwback.
George? He was the first card holder we introduced you to several months ago.
A multi business owner and super busy father of two, George was continually left stranded by the airlines.
This resulted in him being stuck at airports instead of being home to enjoy dinner with his young family.
He found our
Access by Airly program back in June last year. We’re sure he’s watching the chaos ensuing in the domestic terminals not missing it one bit.