Jet Linx, Forbes Travel Guide launch luxury hotel booking service

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The jet card and private jet management company last year tapped the hotel rating agency to provide service training

Last year Jet Linx Aviation signed up with Forbes Travel Guide in a partnership to enhance service.

The jet card and private management company enlisted the luxury hotel rating agency to conduct service training for its customer-facing employees, including pilots.

Now, Jet Linx is extending that partnership. Jet card customers and managed aircraft owners can soon book Forbes rated properties via its app and concierge team.

Jet Linx adds five new Elevated Lifestyle partners

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Jet card and private jet management company Jet Linx is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its lifestyle benefits program for customers

To mark the five-year milestone of its Elevated Lifestyle program Jet Linx is rolling out five new partners.

Elevated Lifestyle offers members a portfolio of exclusive offerings its network of partners in travel, transportation, libations and fare, health and wellness, fashion, and other categories.

First Jet Linx pilots complete Forbes 5-star training

Jet Linx pilots Forbes Travel Guide

In September Jet Linx inked a deal with Forbes Travel Guide to provide best practice training for customer service

Fast-growing jet card and jet management provider Jet Linx Aviation has graduated its inaugural pilot group through Forbes Travel Guide’s 5-star training and certification.

Last year Jet Linx opened new bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York, plus added a second base at Spirit of St. Louis Airport in addition to Lambert International Airport. It also expanded its terminal in Nashville.

Jet Linx launches deposit options; Offers Q1 rate lock

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The fast-growing pay-as-you-go jet card provider is now offering deposit options, including a flight bonus of up to $10,000

This year Jet Linx reached the 100 million mile flight mark.

It added bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York at Teterboro. It expanded Nashville and opened a second St. Louis location.

It also struck an agreement with Forbes Travel Guide, launched a jet-sharing program, and signed an alliance with Southwest Airlines to combat the pilot shortage.

So it’s not surprising there was more news to be had from the Omaha-based private jet management company.

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