The Grand Opening of Jet Linx in Boston marks its continued eastern expansion which now has bases in Atlanta, Washington D.C. and New York
Jet Linx said it celebrated the formal grand opening of its new private terminal in Boston this week with a celebration drawing over 125 guests, plus aircraft on display from Bombardier, Embraer, Dassault Falcon, Gulfstream and Textron Aviation.
The new private terminal exclusively for Jet Linx aircraft management and jet card customers is the first its kind for the area, offering both privacy and personal service.
Jet Linx Boston
To open the location the Omaha-based IS-BAO Stage 3 charter operator partnered with locals Samuel Byrne, managing partner and co-founder of CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC and David Fialkow, co-founder and managing director of General Catalyst. Base President Brad Rosse.
“We are thrilled to announce the highly-anticipated grand opening of our Boston private terminal and the formal introduction of our unique service model to new and existing Jet Card members in the Boston area,” said Jamie Walker, President, and CEO of Jet Linx. “Boston is one of our most valuable markets and continues to show significant growth. We look forward to providing our guaranteed Jet Card and aircraft management program to local clients in order to meet this demand.”
“Our new private terminal in Boston embodies Jet Linx’s continued effort to provide customers with a differentiated and truly personalized experience,” said Brad Rosse, Jet Linx Boston Base President. “Our members and aircraft owners now have even more access to a variety of services and amenities available exclusively in our private terminal.”
The new terminal offers a private conference room, an executive lounge, Wifi connectivity, and a kitchenette fully stocked with snacks and beverages.
Private jet safety
The celebration of the new Boston Base and private terminal comes as Jet Linx continues its expansion into new markets including Austin, Chicago, and New York, and planned future locations in Florida and California. Jet Linx also hosted its third annual Safety Summit this month, voluntarily grounding its fleet of over 100 aircraft to bring together all of its more than 500 employees to focus on safety.
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