In the highly competitive jet card market, Jet Linx is thinking national but acting local. Its unique approach includes establishing city specific bases which are now reaching from its Midwest origins to the coasts. Each base is set up with local management and operates out of a dedicated facility. In each base city, Jet Linx then sells jet cards onto its locally managed fleet, with the backup of having more than a dozen bases across the country. Jamie Walker, CEO of Jet Linx steps into the Private Jet Card Comparison’s elevator to give you his quick pitch on why you should consider his program for your next buying cycle. You can find his Elevator Pitch here.
Jet Linx Aviation is expanding its two-year-old Elevated Lifestyle program by adding KEY Concierge and Swift Passport & Visa Services as partners. Elevated Lifestyle provides Jet Linx members rewards and offers through partners in health and wellness, leisure, wine and spirits, fashion, beauty, and travel. Benefits vary by the number of annual hours a customer flies, starting at hours 25 and ranging to over 100 hours.
The Indy 500 is known as “the greatest spectacle in racing” drawing hundreds of private jets with thousands of VIP fans who want to take in the unique experience at the track and during their visit to the Hoosier State. To help the out of towners get the most out of their trip, Brent Claymon, Base Partner for Jet Linx at its Indianapolis International Airport location is offering some local knowledge.
Jet Linx Aviation announced PGA professionals Kevin Chappell and Kevin Streelman have joined the Jet Linx promotional team.
“We’re extremely proud to have Chappell and Streelman join the Jet Linx family as new clients, friends and brand ambassadors. We look forward to supporting them as they continue to be leaders on the tour,” said Jamie Walker, President & CEO of Jet Linx. “Being able to ease their stress of travel between tournaments and personally serve their needs is something we take great pride in.”
Forbes is continuing its series looking at the variety of private jet card solutions by taking a step back and asking, why bother? Do jet cards even make sense?