After pausing jet card sales, then restarting its Tier 1 jet card in January, Jet Linx is expanding private jet membership sales

Jet Linx Aviation is expanding jet card sales, which it restarted in January after putting them on hiatus in October.

The Omaha-based management and jet card operator is again offering its corporate-targeted Enterprise Jet Card Membership. It is also now selling its Tier II Executive Jet Card Membership.

A the beginning of the year, Jet Linx restarted its Tier 1 program. It requires deposits of between $250,000 and $350,000.

The Tier II level features a $150,000 deposit.

Both have a $25,000 joining fee and a $10,000 annual renewal.

Call-outs for Tier II are longer than Tier 1: 96 hours on non-peak days and seven days on peak days. There are no peak day surcharges.

The Enterprise Card follows Tier 1 rules – 72 hours call-out on non-peak. However, it targets corporate users by allowing seven designated lead passengers versus two with the Executive card.

“We made the decision to temporarily pause these jet card membership programs last October to ensure we could properly serve our existing members as we experienced a surge in demand for our private jet services coming out of the pandemic,” says Jet Linx CEO Jamie Walker.

He continues, “Now that we have optimized the fleet to comfortably operate in this new marketplace, we are opening up sales again to serve these types of members.”

Jet Linx offers one-way fixed-rate pricing with guaranteed availability. It targets customers around 21 base locations where it operates its own terminals. Ther terminals provide an on-site concierge, open bar, complimentary meeting rooms, and car valet.

The Omaha, Nebraska-based operator holds Argus Platinum Elite, IS-BAO Stage 3, and Wyvern Wingman safety ratings. It is the seventh largest in North America based on fractional and charter hours, according to Argus.

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