54% of luxury travel and hospitality executives say private aviation will have “more of a central role,” according to, The Future of Private Travel Report from VistaJet
A survey conducted in December on behalf of VistaJet with over 650 travel and hospitality executives focused on High New Worth consumers found private aviation will have a higher profile role in the more significant travel history moving forward.
The unit of Vista Global is tapping into the increased demand of affluent consumers to fly by private jet beyond their own residences
What goes together like kike rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong? Lately, it seems private jet providers and luxury resorts and retreats. Leading private aviation provider XO (a merger of the former XOJET and JetSmarter last year after its acquisition by Vista Global), is continuing to expand its value-added offers who its jet membership and on-demand private jet customers.
The luxury hotel group and luxury tour operator are partnering with the luxury private jet operator to offer preferred rates for their clients who need private jet access
While there are plenty of benefits of flying private jets and private jet travel can be a luxury, for the most part, private jets are utilitarian. Yes, they are nicely furnished and comfortable. However, cabins on most jets are far from lavish. And in fact, for the most part, there aren’t flight attendants, except for large-cabin jets. And catering is often sandwiches and fruit plates.
The global private jet operator is helping superyacht owners ensure they can use their boats for Mediterranean vacations this summer
VistaJet is well known for its high-end touches and global approach to private jet travel for pets, kids, and of course, adults. Earlier this year it launched the ultra-long-haul Bombardier Global 7500 into the Program, its version of a jet card.