Viasat’s high-speed Ka-band in-flight connectivity gives Flexjet customers office-and home-like connectivity from takeoff to touchdown—at speeds typically greater than 20 Mbps
Flexjet and Viasat Inc., a global communications company, announced a partnership. The second-largest fractional operator will install Viasat’s in-flight connectivity (IFC) system on select Flexjet fleets. The deal provides Viasat’s high-speed Ka-band IFC service on Flexjet’s Embraer Praetor 600 super-mid cabin fleet. The aircraft serve transatlantic and domestic European routes. Additionally, the partnership will provide Viasat’s Ku-band IFC service to Flexjet’s Bombardier Global and Gulfstream G450 and G650.
Flexjet plans to add private lounges at Teterboro and Dallas Love Field in addition to its new Los Angeles private terminal
Flexjet is adding a private terminal for its customers flying out of Van Nuys Airport. The Los Angeles airport serves exclusively private aviation and last year was the fourth busiest private jet airport in the country.
While leisure travel has fueled the recovery of private jet travel, a top Flexjet executive sees opportunities in business travel too
Speaking to Bloomberg Markets TV yesterday, a top Flexjet official said she sees opportunities in business travel as we move into the fall.
The fractional and jet card provider will also field a team led Melissa Ganzi
Flexjet will be winding down 2019 in the posh winter confines of Aspen where through Friday it is again an official sponsor of the Aspen World Snow Polo Championship, the sixth year.
While owners will be offered an array of VIP
hospitality, there will also be a chance to root for the Flexjet team, which is
being led by Melissa Ganzi.