COVID-19

UPDATE

March 16, 2020

 

To our Clients, Partners and Friends,

 

The Skypass Group has activated its Business Continuity plan in accordance with both National and Local government directives regarding COVID-19.  Throughout this period, our primary objective is for the well-being of our employees and the customers we serve.  Please rest assured that we will remain operational throughout this period to serve your service needs and be ready to forge ahead during the recovery phase of the pandemic.

 

Below is a brief synopsis of actions taken at each of the Skypass Group of companies:

  • SKYPASS TRAVEL: Our operations continue 24/7 supporting travelers that are currently in-transit requiring real-time assistance as well as those that have had their future travel plans impacted. Our Team is staying abreast of the various airline and government-imposed restrictions while safely guiding travelers to their destinations. Our Travel Consultants remain available by phone and email to assist current and future travelers.  www.SkypassTravel.com

  • SKYPASS HOSPITALITY: Our Dallas-Love Field LaQuinta Inn & Suites remains open and operational for guests with travel needs during this period. Our staff has implemented enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols as well as alternative breakfast and carry-out dining options. We are also monitoring our staff’s health to ensure a safe work and guest environment.

  • SKYPASS ENTERTAINMENT: Our feature length movie, The Least of These – The Graham Staines Story is currently in international release. We have delayed any further theatrical releases and are focusing on online digital platforms in those countries where the movie has already had its theatrical run. The movie has been dubbed into 5 regional Indian languages and is also currently being dubbed into Portuguese for release in Brazil. Announcements will be made on our sites as schedules are finalized.  www.SkypassEntertainment.com

  • SKYPASS DEVELOPMENT: Continues its planning activity on a new mixed-use development to be built in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Official announcements are planned for later this year. 

  • SKYLIFE SUCCESS: Our education & motivation company will suspend all face-to-face engagements until further notice. We have accelerated the use of our webinar platform to provide both live and pre-recorded sessions on various topics. Our Team is available to create and disseminate custom webinar sessions to inform and educate our corporate and non-profit clients. www.SkyLifeSuccess.com

  • SKYPASS FOUNDATION: We have postponed our April 4th Parkinson’s Symposium in collaboration with UT Southwestern in Irving, TX. Our Team is in the process of finalizing a new date which will be announced shortly. Over 450 attendees have already registered for the event and will be notified as soon as a new date is finalized. Registration remains open for caregivers, patients, and medical professionals to sign up for this free event.  www.SkypassFoundation.org

 

  • SKYPASS HOLIDAYS: Our Dallas-Las Colinas Cruise Ship Center and headquarters Custom Tours department has suspended retail hours until further notice. Our Team of Travel Consultants are assisting all impacted travelers and continue to work on future arrangements for later in 2020 and 2021.  LasColinas@CruiseShipCenters.com or call 972-792-8687.

 

In the meantime, our prayers go out to all those that have been impacted by COVID-19 and urge everyone to practice social-distancing and follow alerts and advisories to mitigate and control spread of the virus. The following links provide a valuable resource for the latest guidance and information:

 

Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for assistance. We look forward to being of service in the days and months ahead.

 

Warm Regards,

Victor Abraham

CEO and President

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Skypass Group Headquarters

950 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas 75039, USA | 214-634-8687 | info@skypassgroup.com

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