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The other day I was politely informed by a customer that they were cancelling a trip. They (4 passengers and gear, flying for about 1.2 hr one way) were instead going to fly with the 'other brand' because their Jetranger was considerably cheaper at $680/hr than our Astar BA.

Is this a common rate for a Jetranger? And is 4 passengers plus gear the norm (we can all do the math)?

 

Terrrace, B.C

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If they were regular customers, and you have been providing them with good service. Do not be to surprised if they want to use you again, after they Witness the show that they are about to experience.

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The other day I was politely informed by a customer that they were cancelling a trip. They (4 passengers and gear, flying for about 1.2 hr one way) were instead going to fly with the 'other brand' because their Jetranger was considerably cheaper at $680/hr than our Astar BA.

Is this a common rate for a Jetranger? And is 4 passengers plus gear the norm (we can all do the math)?

 

Terrrace, B.C

 

Some operators still sell a Jetranger for lower tariff than that...part of the reason I moved on from my last job. Had an operator sewering the rates in my town and I didn't feel like playing. Rumor was 635/hr dry for Canfor. Our lowest was 755/dry and even that is low. We charge about 960 for ours now....I think.

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Some operators still sell a Jetranger for lower tariff than that...part of the reason I moved on from my last job. Had an operator sewering the rates in my town and I didn't feel like playing. Rumor was 635/hr dry for Canfor. Our lowest was 755/dry and even that is low. We charge about 960 for ours now....I think.

 

 

I've heard that canfor rate too. Was it in a town with a large man made out of wood?

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