The jet card provider says it will open private terminals in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York this quarter

Private jet management and jet card company Jet Linx said it has passed the 100 million mile threshold following a 1,085-mile flight from Scottsdale, Ariz. to Omaha, Neb. yesterday. It also says it is on the verge of adding four new private terminals to its network in the coming weeks.

“This amazing achievement is a reflection of our steadfast commitment to deliver exceptional service and the highest safety standards in private aviation to our clients – one mile at a time,” said Jamie Walker, CEO of the Nebraska based company, continuing, “Jet Linx has grown at a steady pace since 1999 but, in the last few years, our business has experienced an exponential trajectory, having flown half of the 100 million miles in the last five years alone.”

He added, “Jet Linx has quietly become the finest aircraft management and jet card solution in the industry because of our unique and innovative business model that offers a far more personalized approach to private jet travel through individual, city specific, local operations.”

The 100-million-mile landmark comes as Jet Linx celebrates its 20th anniversary and anticipates another year of record growth. It recently started preliminary flight operations from in New York, Boston, Chicago and Austin and is planning to open dedicated terminals.

Jet Linx expansion plans

Jet Linx continuing national development follows the establishment of new private terminals in Detroit and Houston, as well as the recent expansion of its facility in Washington, D.C.  The new terminals are scheduled to be completed in the next 90 days.

Jet Linx says it is now the third-largest aircraft management company (Part 135) in the United States with 18 locally-operated Base Locations.  It hold an ARGUS Platinum Safety Rating, IS-BAO Stage 3 Certification and Wyvern Wingman Standard, among many others.

Walker says, Jet Linx is committed to managed, strategic and sustained growth in number of aircraft, members and locations across the country, as well as to the highest and most stringent safety standards in the private aviation industry.

Its current bases include Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Nashville, New York, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St Louis, Tulsa, and Washington D.C. 

Two jet card programs

It offers two pay-as-you-go jet cards meaning customers do not have to deposit funds in advance. Both programs offer guaranteed availability as well as fixed one way rates, and further discounts for qualifying roundtrip travel.

A unique aspect of the Jet Linx jet card offering is its localized approach in addition to lifestyle perks. Instead of using FBOs, its own private terminals provide aircraft owners and jet card customers a higher level of personalized service, including an open bar and premium snacks.

While customers are away, Jet Linx details their car if they leave it with the concierge, returning it with heat or air conditioning as appropriate. Each base has its own president and customer service team providing localized accountability.

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About the Author Doug Gollan

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