Jet card and aircraft management provider Jet Linx Aviation has completed a new terminal at its Scottsdale, Arizona base
Jet Linx Aviation has completed the construction of a new private jet terminal in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The original Jet Linx Scottsdale private terminal opened as the company’s seventh location in 2012.
It currently has 22 terminal locations in 21 markets, with locations in St. Louis and both Lambert Field and Spirit of St. Louis Airport.
According to the announcement, Jet Linx began constructing a new, standalone facility at Scottsdale Airport in the summer of 2021.
The new facility offers 3,000 square feet, including a central lobby with individual workstations, a private conference room, a fully stocked kitchenette, and a refreshment bar.
An attached 30,000-square-foot aircraft hangar will accommodate a growing fleet in Scottsdale that has doubled in size within the last five months.
Designed in partnership with Tammy Edmonds Design, the facility features a client-first approach.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide panoramic views of the Sonoran Desert and McDowell Mountains, amplifying natural light to create a clean and refined environment for clients.
With direct access to the ramp and a private gate, flyers drive onto the tarmac and board planes directly from their vehicles.
A private, covered parking area promises secure storage of customer vehicles during their trip.
“Our new location comes intelligently designed to provide more convenience, cohesion, and comfort for our Members,” said Shooter Smith, Jet Linx Scottsdale Base Vice President.
He continues, “Every aspect of our new facility was built in response to current and future needs as we continue to experience client growth and more flight activity.”
It is also planning enhancements at Love Field in Dallas.
A new 70,000-square-foot flagship facility in Omaha is scheduled for 2023.
A grand opening celebration for the new Scottsdale private terminal is expected to occur in December 2022.
The company recently resumed full jet card sales after a hiatus as demand reached record levels last year.