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:
Jet Linx has ambitious plans to expand its current 14 markets for its pay-as-you-go jet card membership program
Omaha-based Jet Linx is on the verge of becoming a significant national player in the fast-growing and competitive jet card market. Earlier this year Private Jet Card Comparisons exclusively reported on the jet management company’s ambitious plans to add Boston, San Jose, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and possibly even two bases in New York. For example, it has bases in both Forth Worth and Dallas. So far we know there is progress in the Northeast where former NetJets and Marquis Jet executive John Daut joined in February. Now, we have learned industry veteran Cameron Gowans has come onboard in Chicago.
Flexjet’s new terminal will be dedicated for its fractional shareowners, program and jet card members. Dallas Love Field is one of the busiest private aviation airports in the U.S.
When a private jet is not enough, you need a private jet terminal. While FBOs – the industry term for private jet terminals – are a world away from commercial airline terminals, at busy airports during peak times and weather disruptions, yes they can get crowded. Flexjet LLC, today announced the relocation of its Dallas operations to the Braniff Centre, a 26-acre redevelopment project on Dallas Love Field (ICAO: KDAL) creating a private terminal exclusive to its customers..
The diversity of jet cards has never been wider with more options and more programs from pay as you go membership to global products
When Sentient Jet pioneered the jet card in the late 1990s, the jet card was a defined and narrow niche. Sold in increments of 25 hours, the jet card was thought of specifically for folks who flew privately between 25 and 49 hours over the course of one to two years. The offerings were based on private jets alone. Wow, times have changed. Today there are over 35 providers and more than 250 programs. Private Jet Card Comparisons has identified over 65 variables that differentiate the offerings. What’s more, you can now find programs offering turboprops and even piston aircraft up to airliner size jet access.