Vista Global is bringing the flagship of the VistaJet fleet, the Bombardier Global 7500, to the U.S. opening up domestic flights.
The ultra-long-range private jet will serve program customers under its Vista America arm.
“We continue to evolve to meet the demand and exceed the expectations of clients who trust us for their domestic and global business aviation needs while we are unwavering in our commitment to safety and reliability,” said David Stanley, President of Vista America.
He added, “We are excited to offer the industry-leading Global 7500 aircraft guaranteed for the first time in the U.S. market. Through Vista America’s leading operations and attracting the world’s top experts, we deliver premium, high-touch service on every journey.”
According to the company, Vista’s Global 7500 flight hours increased by 76% during 2023.
North American members of its jet card, called the Program, added 38% more hours to the Global 7500 subscriptions last year.
“In today’s evolving private aviation market, clients increasingly prioritize guaranteed availability and consistency and turn to Vista for the most value-driven way for their flying needs,” said Vista U.S. President Leona Qi.
Only U.S.-registered aircraft can fly on domestic routes.
Having N-registered Global 7500s opens up flights to Hawaii and Alaska from the Continental U.S.
Vista’s Members Fleet aircraft across all size categories.
In addition to VistaJet’s two jet card offers, sister XO offers dynamic pricing memberships with access to the fleet.
Dubai-based Vista is a minority owner of Jet Select, Western Air Charter (formerly Jet Edge), XOJET Aviation, Red Wing Aviation, and Talon Air.
Last week, Vista executives disputed a Wall Street Journal Heard on the Street article questioning its financial stability.