The global non-ownership private jet provider is extending its partnership for a second year
Ever active in its marketing, VistaJet announced it will continue its partnership with Scuderia Ferrari for a second year as official supplier of private jet travel.
In a press release, the private jet fleet operator said, “With the ever-demanding race calendar and often only days between Grands Prix, the team faces challenging timelines. VistaJet will support the team to optimize their travel and transfer times throughout the 2020 Formula One season.”
It continued, “In an industry where speed and efficiency are fundamental, the Scuderia Ferrari team will further utilize time off-track to arrive in optimum condition.”
VistaJet chairman and founder said, “I am incredibly proud to be supporting the most iconic and successful racing team in the world for a second year.”
VistaJet launches Carbon Offset Program
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, VistaJet released a white paper covering business aviation’s impact on the environment. It also launched a new carbon-offset program for customers.
Other VistaJet initiatives have included live inflight entertainment programming for kids, a wine club for jet cardmembers, special gourmet menus, and even specialized support for those of you who travel with pets.
Additionally, it collaborated with top travel advisors and event planners to launch a series of global travel adventures.
VistaJet flies an owned fleet of over 70 super mid, large cabin and ultra-long-haul Bombardier private jets. The operator has completed over 174,000 flights globally, flying over 436,000 passengers to more than 1,900 airports worldwide.
In 2018, Flohr created a Dubai-based holding company Vista Global Holdings. It then served to acquire both XOJET and JetSmarter, which last summer were merged into a new brand, XO. Flohr has said he plans to expand XO beyond North America.
VistaJet’s Global 7500
Meanwhile, Vista Global launched its first Bombardier Global 7500 into service for members in January. It has said it expects to have six in service by the end of the year. Competitor NetJets will take its first Global 7500 in 2021.