SuiteKey jet card members won’t have to worry about buying flowers for that special person this year
JetSuite is offering to help its SuiteKey jet card members celebrate Valentine’s Day or another special event in February.
By booking and completing any trip between Jan. 20th and 11:59 pm PST on Jan. 31st, the flowers are on JetSuite.
After opening Seattle and Scottsdale, JSX (formerly JetSuiteX), is adding Portland, Oregon to its growing west coast network
JetSuite’s JSX is adding a new city as it continues to ramp up its by the seat shuttle service which uses private aviation terminals and other private facilities.
As with typical airlines, JSX, formerly JetSuiteX, operates on a fixed schedule. However, by using private airport facilities customers cut total travel time in half.
The offer represents a bonus of up to $20,000
Dallas-based JetSuite is sweetening the deal for its SuiteKey jet card through the end of 2019.
At its entry-level $100,000 membership, both new customers and members who renew get a bonus of up to one hour.
For a $250,000 deposit, members get up to two bonus hours.
However, the biggest bonus provides up to three free hours on a deposit of $500,000, which would equate to about $20,000.
Charter broker Air Planning is marketing JSX’s 30-seat Embraer EMB-135/145s for large group private charters on the West Coast
JSX, sister of jet card and on-demand charter operator JetSuite, operates scheduled short-haul shuttles along the West Coast.
By using private aviation terminals, it cuts total travel time in half. Customers to avoid airport crowds and long lines.
The JSX fleet Embraer EMB-135/45s are configured to accommodate 30 passengers with 36 inches of legroom and WiFi.
The entertainment news program reach Top 50 TV Markets nationwide and the segment sings the praises of flying by private jet
Private aviation doesn’t always get the best press when it comes to the general media, however, Extra TV recently highlighted some key benefits of flying privately courtesy of JetSuite.
In the segment, Extra host Michael Corbett showcases how flying privately makes travel easy, including avoiding the long lines you find at airports.