SuiteKey jet card members won’t have to worry about buying flowers for that special person this year
JetSuite is offering to help its SuiteKey jet card members celebrate Valentine’s Day or another special event in February.
By booking and completing any trip between Jan. 20th and 11:59 pm PST on Jan. 31st, the flowers are on JetSuite.
The jet card’s Chief Safety Officer has been elected to the Board of Governors for the Air Charter Safety Foundation
The Air Charter Safety Foundation (acsf.aero) said Charles Starkowsky, the Chief Safety Officer of Sentient Jet, has been elected to its Board of Governors.
Starkowsky will join the ACSF Board of Governors’ members in their responsibility to establish the foundation’s strategic goals, policies, and programs.
TRAQPak said the strong end to the year will be followed up with a 5.8% gain in January
TRAQPak’s review of year over year flight activity (December 2019 vs. December 2018) indicates that December 2019 recorded an increase of 6.9%. It reverses 2018’s negative trend.
The results by operational category were all positive for the period, with Fractional activity posting the largest increase, up 11.5% from 2018.
Part 135 flight activity (which includes Jet Card flights) saw a 7.1% increase from December 2018, and Part 91 activity reported a rise of 5.5%.
Jet Edge’s deal for JetSelect brings an 85 strong fleet mainly focused on large-cabin and super-midsize private jets
The merger may mean better terms for large cabin and super-midsize jet card offerings
The old year ended with Delta Air Lines announcing it was merging Delta Private Jets into Wheels Up. When the deal closes, it becomes Wheels Up’s largest shareholder creating a fleet of over 180 aircraft, mainly King Air, light and midsize aircraft.
The new year begins with Jet Edge International, a major player in large-cabin private jets, acquiring JetSelect Aviation. The deal creates a fleet of 85 aircraft.
Last February, Jet Edge announced it had raised $60 million to fund expansion and acquisitions.
In September Jet Linx inked a deal with Forbes Travel Guide to provide best practice training for customer service
Fast-growing jet card and jet management provider Jet Linx Aviation has graduated its inaugural pilot group through Forbes Travel Guide’s 5-star training and certification.
Last year Jet Linx opened new bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York, plus added a second base at Spirit of St. Louis Airport in addition to Lambert International Airport. It also expanded its terminal in Nashville.