Aviatiion Marketing Company ABCI Announces Refreshed Website for Private Aviation Client SSC

December 14, 2016
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November 28, 2016 - Greenville, SC: Aviation Marketing company Aviation Business Consultants International (ABCI) today announced the launch of a new, redesigned website for client Special Services Corporation, or SSC. Special Services Corporation provides private aviation services for business travelers and aircraft owners at the Greenville Downtown Airport in South Carolina.

Key features of the new site include an updated design, better indexing and search engine visibility for aircraft under contract, a cleaner, mobile-friendly interface There is also a renewed emphasis on SSC’s Cirrus On Demand and Cirrus Training Center services, and a free, downloadable Private Travel Guide.

"SSC has a long history of providing custom services for their clients," said Paula Williams of ABCI. "It makes sense that their website should also be custom, easy to use, and attractive."

The site's refreshed and simplified look, combined with enhanced content, improved search functionality, and optimization for mobile devices allows consumers to better interact with Great Circle Aircraft.

Visit the new site at http://www.FlySSC.com.

About Special Services Corporation

Liberty Life Insurance Company was founded in 1905 and later (through core business diversification including insurance, radio and television) became the Liberty Corporation. Liberty early on recognized the value an airplane would bring to their business. Liberty and Stevens Textiles (the former parent company and origin of Stevens Aviation) shared airplane services. This shared airplane service has since become Special Services Corporation.

Today, the SSC exclusive facility remains at the Greenville Downtown Airport making SSC the longest tenant on the field. Today, Special Services continues to provide aircraft operations, maintenance, and management services from single engine aircraft to jet aircraft and offers the full amenities of a professional flight department at a part-time cost. Our long experience offers expertise that extends into aircraft maintenance, aircraft charter, aircraft purchases and sales, and all inclusive aviation management. SSC’s pilot retention is more than 10 years, which is nearly unheard of in an industry where charter customers seldom see the same pilot twice. SSC management espouses the philosophy that by caring for the team like family, the team cares for clients like family.

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About Aviation Business Consultants Intl. (ABCI) :

ABCI helps companies sell more products and services in the Aviation industry. We work with charters, brokers, flight schools, MROs, component manufacturers, software, doctors, lawyers, insurance professionals and others.

Contact Aviation Business Consultants Intl. (ABCI) :

Paula Williams
1288 East 850 North
Tooele UT 84074

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