Jet Linx offers a pay-as-you-go managed fleet jet card program around specific base markets
Omaha, Nebraska-based Jet Linx said it has obtained the highest level of re-certification from the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), the benchmark of professionalism and standardization for the conduct of flight operations departments. It marked the fourth consecutive year.
The Jet Linx program features its own private terminals in more than a dozen markets spanning from Scottsdale to its just opened Teterboro (New York) and Boston bases
Aircraft management and jet card seller Jet Linx has added two new partners, Luggage Free and Bogner, to its Elevated Lifestyle benefits program. The offerings include upgrades and access for Jet Linx Jet Card members and aircraft owners.
Jet Linx offers a pay-as-you-go jet card program using its fleet of aircraft it manages for owners
Omaha based Jet Linx Aviation has opened its new Houston base at Hobby Airport encompassing 58,000 square feet of space, a 77% increase from the base’s initial size. Included is a private lounge and conference room exclusive to aircraft owners and jet card members. Its previous terminal had been damaged during severe weather.
Omaha-based Jet Linx sells jet cards in 14 markets nationwide where it manages private jets for their owners
Jet Linx, currently the third largest aircraft management company in the United States, said it “reinforced its unwavering commitment to developing, implementing and furthering the private aviation industry’s most rigorous standards during its annual Jet Linx Safety Summit.” To focus solely on best safety practices and standards of excellence “that exceed governmental regulations and guidelines,” Jet Linx suspended all retail flight operations from 8:00AM to 5:00PM (Central Time) to hold a full day summit on safety.
In May, the governors of Alaska, Maine, Nebraska, New Jersey and New York were able to agree on at least one thing – private jets make the economy hum…
Alaska, Maine, Nebraska, New Jersey and New York officially recognized the business aviation for the important role it plays serving hundreds of communities that have little or no scheduled commercial airline service. From No Plane, No Gain, here’s the rundown: