At ReadyJet we strive to provide our clients with quality, comprehensive customer service solutions to meet their needs. Our company is structured to enable us to tailor our services to your requirements at any location in the United States and Canada.
This flexibility, combined with our experience and attention to detail make ReadyJet Inc., your partner of choice for high quality aviation appearance services.
Surveys have consistently shown that passengers judge the safety of aircraft in part by the exterior and interior cleanliness.
"Good Morning, I just wanted to let you know that 2 sets of crews here have come up to me this morning noting how clean the aircraft have been within the past 10 days. One FA stated she is so excited to have clean aircraft, the coffee pots were nice and shiny, and the lavs were really clean. I know we recently changed cleaning vendors and just wanted to pass along the note that it is noticed in the field." -Kenley
"The Cleaners audit meeting this morning went fantastic. They said the aircrafts were great and were very impressed with the lavs that had zero hits. Also, they said the cleaned aircraft made them feel like they wanted to be on them and that the lavs did not smell and they were cleaned down to the smallest crevice’s. They did nothing but praise your cleaners for the outstanding job they have done. I saw no hits on training or materials either and I liked how everything was set up. They did 5 aircraft that morning. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the cleaning team’s effort in making these aircraft look the way they do. Any time I talk to the supervisors here they do nothing but tell me they will get it done and they do. This is a great compliment to the cleaning team here. Just wanted to let you all know."-Mike
Successful Companies Do Not Have Coffee Stains!
In his book, A Passion for Excellence, consultant and author Tom Peters talks about what sets some companies apart from others. Companies such as IBM and Frito-Lay are successful because they realize the small, seemingly inconsequential things have a way of affecting how consumers view your company.
“How right he is!” says Peters. “We’ve often argued that the only real distinction of IBM, Disney, Frito-Lay, and Marriott is that they are world’s greatest wipers-up of coffee stains; they will not allow you to see a coffee stain and because of it, make unfair assertions about the engine maintenance.”Peters quotes Don Burr, Chairman of People Express, who says: “Coffee stains on the flip-down trays in the airplane mean to passengers that we do our engine maintenance wrong.”