Independence Air Introduces FLYiBIZ Web Service for Travel Managers and Business Travelers…

New Tools Make It Even Easier for Businesses to Take Advantage of FLYi’s Low Fares

DULLES, Va., Dec. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Low-fare airline Independence Air (NASDAQ:FLYIQ) is officially introducing its new business travel management feature called “FLYiBIZ” — a corporate travel portal that provides the reporting and tracking tools companies need to better manage their business travel.

The new service, which is available by clicking the box in the lower left corner of Independence Air’s FLYi.com website, offers corporate travel managers and business travelers a wide range of features, including:

– Exportable, customizable reports to manage employee business travel — Ability to book, change or cancel employee travel — Immediate access to FLYi’s lowest fares — Self-service sign-up that requires no intervention from a salesperson — Special VIP FLYiBIZ phone and email support

Independence Air Senior Vice President Eric Nordling said, “We are very excited about the positive reaction we’ve been getting from companies that participated in the pre-launch testing and early rollout of this new corporate travel portal. Many travel managers have told us that FLYiBIZ is the fastest and easiest airline web tool they’ve ever seen, and we’re amazed to be able to report that before we even officially announced the introduction, we’ve already had over 150 companies sign up as new users.”

There is no charge whatsoever to use the new FLYiBIZ service. An on-demand online demonstration is available for companies interested in experiencing the many features and benefits of the new corporate portal. Sign-up is designed to take about five minutes.

Independence Air is the low-fare airline that makes travel fast and easy for its customers with a customer first attitude, innovative thinking and a willingness to challenge the status quo.

Independence Air, FLYi, the “i” logo mark and FLYi.com are service marks of Independence Air, Inc.

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