The two JetSuite, Inc. companies are the only aviation businesses to receive a 100 point score and rank in the transportation and travel category
Private jet charter and jet card operator JetSuite and JSX, a by-the-seat scheduled service with daily flights from private terminals, received a score of 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2020 Corporate Equality Index (CEI).
The CEI benchmarking survey and report measure corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ workplace equality.
JSX operates scheduled
shuttles using private jet terminals in the Western U.S.
Jet card and on-demand
charter operator JetSuite has rebranded its JetSuiteX division as JSX along
with a refreshed website, logo, livery and new ad campaign. The company said its
goal is “to define its innovative form of air travel as a ‘hop-on jet service.’”
JSX says its mission is to “dramatically improve short-haul air travel by offering publicly available charter flights on 30-seat jets from private terminals.”
It now flies daily out of
six airports: Burbank (BUR), Las Vegas (LAS), Orange County (SNA), Napa/Concord
(CCR), Oakland (OAK), and Seattle-Boeing Field (BFI). JSX’s seventh
destination, Phoenix (PHX), will launch later this month.
JetSuite Experiences by Embark Beyond offers customers
bespoke travel experiences, including special access at major sporting and
Dallas-based charter operator JetSuite is offering its
customers VIP access to the U.S. Open tennis championship being held in New
York City August 26 through September 8, 2019.
SuiteKey jet card members and on-demand charter customers
can take advantage of the JetSuite Experiences program to attend the Open with
premium seating, luxury hotel suites, player meet and greets, official after
parties, and opportunities to show off their skills at the USTA National Tennis
The U.S. Open offerings are part of a broad partnership with Embark, the luxury travel agency, launched in May. Last year, JetSuite relaunched its jet card program offering gourmet catering and perks for top tier members, including free helicopter transfers via Blade.
The charter operator and its parent Qatar Airways along with
JetBlue are investors in JetSuite
Qatar Airways last week announced an order for 18 Gulfstream aircraft during a ceremony at the White House. The order worth over $1 billion is for 14 Gulfstream G650ER and four Gulfstream G500 and will add to Qatar Executive’s growing fleet that currently includes six G650ER and four G500 aircraft.
Gulfstream executives had previously reported the order, however, the customer had not been disclosed. Flexjet had been mentioned along with Qatar Executive as likely buyers.
Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker said,
“Qatar Airways is very pleased to confirm this landmark deal with
Gulfstream. Our corporate jet division, Qatar Executive, goes from strength to
strength and this commitment to new orders will allow us to offer our bespoke
luxury service to even more passengers.”
JetSuite is repositioning itself as a premium light jet experience, including guaranteed availability, fixed hourly rates and now helicopter transfers via Blade and integrated, full luxury travel agency services through a partnership with Embark Beyond
Editor’s Note: Updated on September 16, 2019
Entering its second decade, JetSuite’s is repositioning itself to offer a premium light jet experience, including guaranteed availability, fixed hourly rates and now helicopter transfers via Blade and integrated, full luxury travel agency services for its SuiteKey members and on-demand charter customers through a partnership with Embark Beyond.