Given continued concerns over coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), the safety of our passengers remains our top priority. As such we are taking proactive measures to protect our passengers while on Savoya trips. We have instructed all Savoya Certified Drivers to adhere to the following preventative measures, informed by the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (C.D.C.): Drivers are instructed to clean and... read more
Savoya is pleased to announce Groundwork, a premium, security-focused service offering intended to provide secure executive ground travel solutions in international markets with increased security risks. “Travel risks continue to escalate around the globe,” states founder Robert Dobrient, explaining the new service offering. “Over the last year, Savoya has increasingly prioritized safety and security. Yet... read more
In March 2018, Savoya proudly announced its partnership with the Corporate Angel Network (CAN), which helps arrange private transportation to specialized treatments and clinical trials for cancer patients, bone marrow donors and recipients, and stem cell donors and recipients. Because these patients often have severely depleted immune systems, they cannot afford the risk of infection associated with crowded... read more
Savoya is pleased to introduce a new travel option for the London market - European Premier Touring class vehicles, featuring the Range Rover 5.0 V8 Supercharged Autobiography. “The experience you have when booking an SUV in the U.S. isn’t really available in Europe,” explains David Russell, Senior Director of Performance Improvement. “You have multi-passenger vehicles (MPVs), like the Mercedes... read more
As a company that serves travelers around the world, Savoya takes seriously its responsibility to protect personal data - both as a general practice and in response to the upcoming implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Effective May 25, 2018, the GDPR requires all companies that do business with EU citizens to comply with higher standards regarding the protection and... read more
Fractional jet-share provider NetJets expanded its partnership with Corporate Angel Network (CAN) recently—a move that could potentially double the number of flights the charity can secure to transport cancer patients to and from treatment centers.
Savoya is proud to announce that it has joined forces to support the Corporate Angel Network (CAN) in its mission to transport cancer patients to recognized cancer treatment centers at no cost. By providing free ground transportation on either end of a CAN flight, Savoya extends the Corporate Angel Network’s support to a complete door-to-door service in several cities throughout the United States. Corporate... read more