In collaborating with the firm, Instajet is seeking to offer a ‘robust fixed pricing model’, and provide an extra level of safety to high-value transactions.
Nick Davis, CEO and Founder of Instajet, commented: “Instajet is leading the charge for unparalleled safeguarding and protection of unlimited client funds. Currencycloud invisibly and seamlessly underpins our transparent, financially robust service. The confidence we gain from having such a reliable system in place cannot be underestimated.”
Instajet is a firm that enables clients to browse for private jet flights and pricing anywhere in the world, via its app, and then connect with Instajet’s ops team who fulfil every flight.
Nick Cheetham, Chief Revenue Officer of Currencycloud, added: “Instajet is setting out to change the world of private aviation for both business and leisure travellers. We are excited to be partnering with them in this endeavour, ensuring Instajet’s clients’ transactions are completed securely wherever they are in the world.”
Furthermore, the collaboration also bolsters security in the way users book through Instajet – providing an extra level of stability to the app and user experience it provides.
It comes after Visa completed the acquisition of Currencycloud last year, as the banking giant continues to grow its global offering.
The deal builds on a strong collaboration between the two, with them having originally signed a strategic partnership in 2019.
Commenting on that deal at the time, Mike Laven, CEO of Currencycloud, emphasised: “As we continue to execute on the strategy that got us this far, with the additional strength of Visa’s global network behind us, we expect to be able to move further, faster – expanding our offering, extending our global footprint and identifying and supporting new audiences.”