XO highlights technology with SCOPE Miami Beach sponsorship

By Doug Gollan, December 1, 2021

Vista Global’s XO is using SCOPE Miami Beach to spotlight its tech focus on private aviation

XO is showing off its tech focus this week via a partnership with SCOPE Miami Beach. It runs through December 5. The unit of Vista Global Holding is the official private aviation provider of the art show.

Visitors can immerse themselves in over 140 international exhibits from contemporary artists, including NFTs.

At the same time, XO will be providing demonstrations of its innovative technology. This includes predictive analytics and data science supporting individual booking of seats on a private jet. Users either reserve a seat on an existing flight or create a new flight. This makes unused seats available to purchase on the XO mobile app.

The jet sharing technology allows the existing supply base of private jets to be used more efficiently. It increases availability and reduces costs for users.

“We are proud to be the official private aviation partner of SCOPE Miami Beach this year, as we continue to provide our members and clients with seamless travel options to and from the world’s top cultural events, shows, and festivals,” said Lynn Fischer, Chief Marketing Officer at XO.

She added, “Our shared charter flights are a unique and convenient way to fly private, providing a smooth travel experience from the moment a flight is booked through the XO mobile app to the moment passengers arrive at their destination.”

“This partnership with XO provides artists and creators attending the show with a curated experience as we look to integrate innovation into all aspects, including transportation,” said SCOPE Founder, Alexis Hubshman. “We’re thrilled to team up with XO for our 20th annual event, providing our attendees with an elevated flight experience to and from this year’s show and beyond.”

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