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Private jet management and jet card provider Jet Linx is targeting business travelers with a new program providing up to four aircraft per day
Omaha-based Jet Linx Aviation is targeting companies. A new jet card announced this morning allows members access to up to four aircraft on a single day at fixed rates.
The IS-BAO Stage 3 Part 135 private jet operator held this year’s meeting virtually
Private jet management and jet card membership provider Jet Linx Aviation grounded its fleet earlier this week. However, in this case, it was for its fourth annual Safety Summit, although this one was held virtually.
Private jet management and jet card membership provider Jet Linx has been on a fast-growth track over the past two years
Omaha-based Jet Linx Aviation offers a different twist on the jet card market. Instead of selling memberships on a regional or national basis, it operates nearly 20 bases across the U.S.
Each base features its own private terminal, so members can avoid sometimes crowded FBOs. They also get a more personalized service with complimentary snacks and preferred libations.
While they are away, the local team will detail their car. On return, your car is available via valet at an appropriate temperature. In other words, no trip to the lot scraping snow or waiting for your auto to cool down in the summer heat.