With New York and Boston in the pipeline, Jet Linx is open for business in the Windy City with its unique approach to jet card membership programs
Omaha-based Jet Linx aviation has officially added its 15th base for private jet management and jet cards, and it’s in Chicago, further pushing the company into major markets. Its services will be marketing across all Chicagoland airports with a soon-to-open dedicated private terminal at Chicago Executive Airport (PWK). The private terminals are the hallmark of Jet Linx providing members a high level of personalized service which includes having their cars detailed while they are traveling and returned curbside, a nice feature doing those cold Midwestern winters and roasting hot summers.
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Jet Linx Aviation manages aircraft for owners and sells jet cards in 14 U.S. markets
A strong microburst damaged the hangar used by Jet Linx Aviation at Houston Hobby Airport. Storms and high winds also damaged homes in the area and knocked down trees and telephone lines. No injuries were reported according to reports from both Houston Sky2 and Aviation International News. The storm hit on Tuesday.
The answer is sometimes, and yes you can save money, but you need to be flexible
By various estimates, 30% to 50% of the private jet charter fleet flies empty. Why? Unlike airlines which schedule aircraft and then sell seats knowing at all times where planes are supposed to be and how many people are booked to be flying, in private aviation, the jets are waiting to go and pick up passengers willing to pay as much as $15,000 per hour to fly in them. In terms of structure, it’s as different as chalk and cheese.
The Jet Card start-up is focused on turboprops, pistons, very light and light jets
Pushed by what founder and CEO Tom Filippini says is strong demand in its first year of operations, Denver-based jet card seller StraightLine Private Air is making a few changes to its programs, including adding a $200,000 tier. Filippini, who didn’t want to disclose the number of members, says interest in the company is based on its somewhat different approach. The provider has also joined the fray with an end of the year offer: Join by December 31 and receive a 5% bonus up to $10,000.