Jet Linx expands Nashville base

Jet card membership and private jet management firm Jet Linx has opened a larger location just two years after coming to the Music City

Jet Linx has opened a new private terminal in Nashville just two years after originally opening the base for private jet management and jet card customers. The company said the initial facility wasn’t large enough to accommodate growth in both aircraft management and jet card membership clients.

So far this year, Jet Linx has opened new bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York.

Spanning nearly 30,000 square feet, the new hangar and members-only terminal brings the “spirit of Nashville” combining modern and rustic elements. In addition to a lounge area, there is a conference room decorated with rare vintage guitars from a private collection.

Jet Linx Nashville
Jet Linx has expanded its Nashville base just two years after coming to the Music City.

“Our new private terminal is the embodiment of our commitment to serving the Nashville market like no other private jet company can – by delivering guaranteed national private jet services on a local scale,” said Jamie Walker, Jet Linx’s CEO. 

He added, “Trey Sutter, Base Partner and CEO of Jet Linx Nashville, and the Nashville team have done an excellent job serving our local clients over the last two years, and we’re thrilled our new private terminal will further enhance the Jet Linx experience for our clients.”

Sutter said, “We are excited to celebrate the opening of our new private terminal in Nashville and offer our aircraft owners and jet card members a highly personalized and private experience.  The number of clients we serve locally has grown significantly since our introduction to Music City in 2017 and we look forward to having the space to provide our Nashville clients the finest level of private aviation service in the Nashville market.”

Earlier this year Jet Linx announced a partnership with Forbes Travel Guide to enhance standards of service in private aviation. As part of that relationship, its Nashville team was the most recent to be trained in Forbes Travel Guide’s standards.

Jet Linx also launched a jet sharing program enabling owners and jet card members to share private jet flights.  Jet Linx is a pay as you go program with membership rates starting at $12,500 in the first year, and then $3,500 annually thereafter.

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About the Author Doug Gollan

I am Founder and Editor of Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer's guide to jet card membership programs, and DG Amazing Experiences, a weekly luxury travel e-newsletter for private jet owners. I am also a contributor to Forbes.com
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