The fast-growing scheduled executive jet service which uses private jet terminals only start Phoenix flights last year
JetSuite, Inc’s JSX is expanding again. Recently it announced flights from Boeing Field in Seattle to Portland, Oregon. Now it’s adding a fourth route from Phoenix, a destination that just came online last year.
Flights from the Valley of the Sun to John Wayne Airport in Orange County begin March 3 supplementing Las Vegas, Burbank, and Oakland.
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.
RISE is targeting fliers traveling privately 15 hours per year
Vista Global has also dropped references to JetSmarter in its XO branding
XO, which was formed by the merger of JetSmarter and XOJET, is making more tweaks to its membership offerings.
The biggest is the launch of RISE, a new tier targeting private travelers who fly less 15 hours per year.
It is priced at $595 and joins Select Access, Signature Access and Elite Access in the XO line-up membership line-up.
In a press release, the company said, “RISE makes private
aviation more accessible and valuable for those who seek to use it more
frequently – or have never experienced it – as well as those who fly private
regularly, but are not
getting the elevated service, flexibility and quality aircraft they deserve.”
Jet card membership and private jet management firm Jet Linx has opened a larger location just two years after coming to the Music City
Jet Linx has opened a new private terminal in Nashville just
two years after originally opening the base for private jet management and jet
card customers. The company said the initial facility wasn’t large enough to
accommodate growth in both aircraft management and jet card membership clients.
So far this year, Jet Linx has opened new bases in Austin, Boston, Chicago, and New York.