TCS World Travel Launches New Website, Plans to Expand Jet Trips

Private jet tour company TCS World Travel put its new website online and announced its strategy for the future. Specifically, the company plans to start a new marketing campaign, expand its luxury jet expeditions and grow its alliances with partners.

TCS World Travel’s website redesign came after extensive user feedback and an analysis of affluent traveler habits. The new site has improved visuals, a more user-friendly search function and increased detail on the range of experiences and access the company offers.

The company has two travel branches: Luxury Jet Expeditions (scheduled private jet excursions) and Luxury Custom Travel (individualized independent trips). TCS World Travel has operated almost 300 jet trips and over 1,000 custom itineraries to over 200 countries. It announced a new series of wellness-oriented journeys, the first of which is held in partnership with Dr. Andrew Weil, an author and leader in integrative medicine. TCS World Travel plans to begin offering more interest-focused travel in 2020.

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The company also plans to increase its relationships with other organizations aimed at affluent travelers. Currently TCS World Travel is partnered with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Young President’s Organization, Kalos Golf, Smithsonian Journeys and the Signature Network. The company is growing its connections with the Brazilian luxury company Latitudes and plans to increase its partnerships with other international groups.

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