Jet card and private jet management provider Jet Linx is building a new and expanded terminal and hangar complex at its home airport in Omaha, Nebraska
Jet Linx Aviation has broken ground on a new, state-of-the-art private terminal at Eppley Airﬁeld in Omaha, Nebraska, its home base. The existing facility debuted in 2004 and was its first private terminal. Jet Linx is the fifth largest for-hire provider of private jet charter and fractional flights, according to Argus Traqpak data.
Jet Linx, a leading private jet management company that sells jet card memberships, continued its support of The Tutu Project during October
Omaha-based Jet Linx Aviation said it raised over $87,000 for breast cancer patient support as part of its ongoing support of The Tutu Project, which provides financial and emotional support for patients.
The private aviation company has been supporting the charity for five years. The Tutu Project was founded by Bob and Linda Carey, in 2003. It began after Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002 and Bob began taking photos of himself wearing only a pink tutu in public places to put a smile on Linda’s face.
Jamie Walker, President & CEO Scott McGregor, Chief Operating Officer Nate Legband, Chief Financial Officer Ron Silverman, Chief Commercial Officer Jay Vidlak, Senior Vice President Jason Vanis, Senior Vice President Brent Carreker, Senior Vice President Alec LeFort, Vice President of Sales Christof Pignet, Vice President of Client Experience Jordan Maddex-Kopp, Vice President of Marketing & Strategic Partnerships
Jet Linx Aviation offers private aviation services, including aircraft management, sales, co-ownership, and jet card programs. The company was founded in1999. There is a network of 19 base locations across the U.S. with a national operations center in Omaha.
Current base locations are Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Nashville, New York, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Tulsa, Washington D.C. A new location is set to open in Miami in Fall 2021.
At each base there is a private lounge available only to aircraft owners and its jet card members. At its private terminals, jet card clients have valet service and an open bar with quality snacks and business facilities.
Jet Linx offers several jet card membership options. Initiation fees are $12,500 for its Club Card and $17,500 for the Executive Card in the first year, and $3,500 annually thereafter. It offers a three-month trial card. There is also a 90-day Trial Card launched at the outside of COVID which it has kept. Joining fees can also be waived if a new members deposits at least $150,000. Additionally, in 2020, it launched its Enterprise Card targeting companies.
Jet Linx jet card pricing is based on an hourly rate, plus fuel surcharges, adjusted during the year, plus 7.5% Federal Excise Tax. As of July 2021, the one-way hourly rate on a light jet is $5,966, including fuel surcharge and tax.
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When was it founded?
Who owns Jet Linx?
The company is privately held
Who is the CEO?
How are the aircraft sourced?
Aircraft it manages for owners is used for flight hours on jet cards.
What are the initiation and membership fees?
Jet Linx initiation fees are $12,500 for its Club Card and $17,500 for the Executive Card in the first year, and $3,500 annually thereafter. It offers a three-month trial card. Joining fees can also be waived if a new members deposits at least $150,000.
What is the entry-level program?
Jet Linx Club and Executive Cards are pay-as-you-go programs with deposit options
Do they provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?
Executive Card members can use up to two aircraft at a guaranteed hourly rate.
Jet Linx serves clients within a 175-mile radius of its locations in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Nashville, New York, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Tulsa, Washington D.C.