Jet card and private jet management company Jet Linx is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its lifestyle benefits program for customers
To mark the five-year milestone of its Elevated Lifestyle program Jet Linx is rolling out five new partners.
Elevated Lifestyle offers members a portfolio of exclusive offerings its network of partners in travel, transportation, libations and fare, health and wellness, fashion, and other categories.
“Our fifth year has already proven to be a record-high for bringing new partners into the Elevated Lifestyle private jet benefits program,” said Jamie Walker, President & CEO of Jet Linx.
He added, “We are thrilled to launch five within the first quarter of 2020 – the most partners we’ve ever launched within a three-month span.”
New Jet Linx Elevated Lifestyle partners
The private jet operator says each of the five partners shares the company’s core values of exclusivity, luxury, and attention to detail.
Go Rentals specializes in private airports and private aviation. It has locations throughout the U.S., including 90 airports.
A personal car concierge on-hand 24/7, members and aircraft owners receive automotive services delivered wherever their vehicle is parked.
A collective of dynamic individuals sharing stories over wine, the PerUs wine allocation provides clients with a community of wine enthusiasts, access to experiences and a selection of premium wines not normally available to the public.
Jet card members and aircraft owners can enjoy preferred pricing on caviar and all Petrossian products.
Jet Linx jet membership and management program clients will receive access to WatchBox’s selection of thousands of pre-owned watches.
In December Jet Linx added a deposit program to its pay-as-you-go model. Jet card members earn flight credits based on deposits of either $150,000 or $250,000.
During a busy 2019, it added bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York, plus a second St. Louis location at Spirit of St. Louis Airport.
Earlier this year the first class of Jet Linx pilots graduated through a customer service training program from Forbes Travel Guide.