OPINION: When The Going Gets Tough, Private Jet Owners And Industry Come Through

Hurricanes Irma and Maria, and the earthquakes in Mexico spotlight the role of private aviation in disaster recovery

 

While articles about the use and what seems like the misuse of private jets by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price are grabbing most of the headlines, private jet owners and operators are continuing their role as unsung heroes following Hurricanes Irma and Maria and the earthquakes in Mexico. 

Jet Linx New Customer Testimonial Videos Highlight Personalized Service For Jet Card Members

The jet card seller offers its own private terminals in the 14 markets where it sells jet cards

 

Referrals and recommendations from friends are usually the number one way customers choose a private jet company (although we also like to recommend a subscription to Private Jet Card Comparisons since your friends may have different flying needs). Using the power of third-party endorsements, Omaha-based Jet Linx has launched a series of Youtube-based customer testimonial videos on its website. 

XOJET Partners With Canyon Ranch To Offer Customer Benefits

XOJET is partnering with Canyon Ranch, a leader in healthy living and luxury spa vacations, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons. The deal will provide exclusive offerings, pricing and enhanced stays for XOJET membership clients. 

JET CARD INSIDER: At Wholesale Jet Club, Former Blue Star Jets’ Executive Steven Orfali Is Offering Innovative Programs

Wholesale Jet Club features memberships with a straight 3.5% markup from operator pricing

 

Wholesale Jet Club is a sister company of JetSet Group, both started by former Blue Star Jets executive Steven S. Orfali, however, they each have different business models, JetSet Group being a more typical broker program while Wholesale Jet Club provides both jet cards with guaranteed pricing and wholesale on-demand jet charter.

New Study: Companies Using Private Jets Outperform Non-Users

NEXA Advisors found over five years companies that use business aviation beat non-users in sales growth, profit, employee satisfaction and accolades

 

Dear John Flannery and General Electric. Hold onto those private jets! A new study released today covering S&P 500 companies shows those that closed their flight departments experienced less financial success, compared to those that continued to utilize business aviation, even during economic downturns. Over a five-year period, users of business aircraft grew their top line by a factor of 2.4 more than non-users on a weighted and indexed basis. Further, private jet users out-performed non-users by 23 percent in revenue growth and users out-performed non-users by 18 percent in market capitalization. 

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