Vista Global’s VistaJet and XO each set sales records last year, according to the company
VistaJet Program memberships were up by 29% last year, the fastest growth in company history. Its jet card program starts at 50 hours per year, and with a fleet focused on large-cabin jets, customers typically spend over $500,000 per year. If that sounds impressive, sister provider XO reported memberships up 240% in 2020.
XO (the former XOJET) has debuted five travel offers for its private jet flying clientele
If you are looking for places to go, XO Global LLC (known as XO) has negotiated special offers from five luxury resorts providing that you fly with the private jet company.
The initial partners include escapes to Mexico, the Caribbean and within North America.
Global private jet operator VistaJet is highlighting that it hasn’t made any redundancies during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic
It’s not news that the leading private jet operators often don’t miss an opportunity to get in some digs about competitors, particularly the industry’s biggest player, Berkshire Hathaway-owned NetJets.
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Everyone wants to fly privately, says Kenny Dichter, the CEO and co-founder of Wheels Up. And the idea is the cheaper it is to fly privately, the more people who will do it. Dichter says that was his idea using the eight-seat King Air 350i to “democratize” short flight.
In the world of chartering your entire aircraft, he cut the price for a one-hour flight for eight people to around $5,000 compared to a cost of $8,000 to $10,000 for the same trip on a jet. His argument was that there was a minimal time penalty since landings and takeoffs are not at full speed, and often as you get near to your destination airport, airplanes are slowed down to similar speeds.