Jet Linx is the latest private jet operator to report enhanced protection against the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic
Jet Linx Aviation today announced that it began applying the BIOPROTECTUs System to disinfect and protect its fleet of 112 jet aircraft, private base terminals, and facilities throughout the United States.
It said it is the first and only operator in the worldwide aviation industry to utilize the BIOPROTECTUs System by ViaClean Technologies.
Private jet operator Jet Linx has opened bases in Boston, Chicago, and Austin this year as it eyes California and South Florida
Jet Linx is open for business in New York. This week it celebrated
the launch of its dedicated private terminal at Teterboro Airport with a live
performance by singer-songwriter Alexa Ray Joel with hors d’oeuvres from Nobu.
The new location joins Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Nashville, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St Louis, Tulsa, and Washington D.C.
The separate moves are designed to ensure Jet Linx has a future pipeline of pilots while enhancing the experience for its aircraft owners and jet card members
With new bases in New York, Chicago, Boston, and Austin opening this year and plans to expand to California and South Florida, Jet Linx unveiled two major initiatives designed to provide high standards and plentiful pilots for its customers.
With an industry-wide shortage of pilots, the Omaha-based aircraft management company unveiled today a three-way partnership with Southwest Airlines, the nation’s largest domestic carrier, and CAE, a global leader in pilot training for civil aviation. Jet Linx currently has about 250 pilots, a figure that will reach 500 by 2023.
The Grand Opening of Jet Linx in Boston marks its continued
eastern expansion which now has bases in Atlanta, Washington D.C. and New York
Jet Linx said it celebrated the formal grand opening of its
new private terminal in Boston this week with a celebration drawing over 125
guests, plus aircraft on display from Bombardier, Embraer, Dassault Falcon,
Gulfstream and Textron Aviation.
The 3rd annual event brings together the private jet management and jet card provider’s over 500 employees to focus on safety
Jet Linx Aviation is grounding its fleet of over 100 private jets for a day once again as part of its third annual safety summit. By dedicating the entire day to advancing its rigorous safety standards the Omaha-based business aviation operator looks to highlight its focus on the subject.
The company claims to be the only air carrier in the United States to voluntarily halt operations for this type of event. The focus of the Safety Summit this year is safety culture, safety management, and how to identify potential hazards. The day includes a special keynote session from Jim Hall, former National Transportation Safety Board chairman, on organizational contributing factors in aviation safety.