Jet Linx Named To Omaha’s Best B2B Companies List For Third Straight Year

The Jet Card seller offers a unique approach with dedicated terminals at its 14 base locations


Jet Linx Omaha has been named as one of Omaha’s Best of B2B companies for the third year in a row by Omaha magazine. The award recognizes local businesses that provide the best service in their respective fields, voted on by local business owners and executives who subscribe to the bimonthly magazine. 

Jet Linx May Open Teterboro and White Plains Bases; Hires Base President and To Open New York Office

The Omaha-based Jet Card seller is looking to make its debut in New York a big one


Jet Linx Aviation may open bases at both Teterboro Airport and Westchester County Airport as part of its previously announced expansion into the New York metro area. It is also moving forward in its efforts to open a base in Boston and recently added former NetJets EVP John Daut to lead the efforts in the Northeast. Jet Linx will also open a sales office in New York City, CEO Jamie Walker told Private Jet Card Comparisons during a brief visit to the Big Apple. 

Jet Linx Aviation Eyeing Boston, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and San Jose

The Omaha-based aircraft management company and Jet Card seller is looking to reach the West Coast and expand its East Coast presence in 2018


Jet Linx Aviation, which has been steadily expanding its footprint outside the Midwest with bases in Denver, Scottsdale, Atlanta and Washington D.C. is on the verge of entering a number of new, major markets its CEO Jamie Walker tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. The news comes following averaging 30% annual growth in revenue and flight hours over the past five years. The company now has over 100 aircraft under management, and it uses those planes to sell Jet Cards when they are not being used by their owners. 

Are There Discounts For Roundtrip Travel By Private Jet, And How Do I Qualify?

The private aviation definition of a roundtrip is different than commercial airlines, but you can find discounts as high as 40%


When buying a jet card we always say it pays to do some homework upfront from a multitude of reasons. Some of it involves kicking the tires of the providers, comparing their standards for sourcing airplanes and flight crew, assessing who they are, how long they’ve been around and so forth. However, in making the best decision it really helps if you can as best possible map out the trips you expect to be taking, and yes, how many people are traveling, but also how long each trip is and if it includes multiple stops, the time between each flight segment.