JetSuite plans to offer similar health tech solutions for both JetSuite passengers and employees.
Hyperice, known for its presence in the professional sports and fitness industries, announced its first-ever health technology aviation partnership with JetSuite, designed to enhance pilot wellness and performance.
The partnership gives JetSuite pilots access to Hyperice’s recovery and mobility devices which help to relax and loosen muscles, increase circulation and enhance the range of motion and flexibility.
Our partnership with Hyperice was developed to increase the long-term wellness of our pilots through leading recovery and mobility devices that help offset the physical demands of flying. After all, they are our athletes in the sky.Stephanie Chung, president of JetSuite
In a press release, Hyperice said, “Pilots’ health and wellness can often be compromised due to an irregular diet, sleep pattern, and exercise schedule. Their daily regimen is imperative to ensure they stay healthy and perform at the safest level.”
The fractional share, management and jet card provider offers a by-the-day jet card program
Executive AirShare said it has secured certification from ARGUS International at a Platinum rating, the highest offered. Further, the Internal Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) also renewed its Stage 2 certification.
JetSuite wants to bring a premium experience to the light jet charter market and is making a number of changes it says are based on customer feedback
As Dallas-based private jet operator JetSuite gets ready to enter its second decade the company is making sweeping changes to its SuiteKey jet card program. Stephanie Chung, JetSuite’s recently appointed president, tells Private Jet Card Comparisons the moves are part of a “complete brand refresh” that will hit “every touch point…from a new website to invoices. Our goal,” she says, “is to bring a premium experience to the light jet category,” adding, “Most of the competitors tend to focus on their heavy aircraft because that’s where the biggest margin is.”
The Embraer Phenom 100 provides a short-flight solution for up to four passengers who don’t want turboprops and want to fly aboard a cost-effective, modern, state-of-the-art private jet
JetSuite’s SuiteKey members can look forward to more favorable pricing this summer along the East Coast as the now Dallas-based jet card seller and private jet charter operator will be bringing at least several of its Embraer Phenom 100s to the East Coast. The very light jets, which seat up to four passengers, will be on the eastern seaboard beginning the week of June 10 and will stay there through Labor Day in September, the company tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. JetSuite has been in the news quite a bit recently, gaining a significant investment from JetBlue and Qatar Airways, and announcing it is the launch customer of Zunum Aero’s hybrid-to-electric aircraft coming in 2022.