The specialist in mid-and-long-haul private jet flights has
made its website more interactive while improving account data for customers
VistaJet has launched a new website designed to be
interactive. It includes a number of new functions, including the ability to
get an on-demand charter quote on the home page as well as comparison features
to various ownership options. The company is also enhancing online tools for
customers, including being able to changes flights digitally and download
invoices from past flights instantly.
“Our previous website was beautiful and clean, but not conducive to a conversation. It was more of a brochure,” executive vice president, marketing and innovation Matteo Atti tells Private Jet Card Comparisons.
The Dubai-based owner of VistaJet and XOJET says it has
closed on its acquisition of JetSmarter
Less than two months after announcing plans to buy JetSmarter, a spokesperson for Vista Global confirmed to Private Jet Card Comparisons that the deal has closed.
Two former customers of the private jet-sharing service told the cable news network they were interviewed by law enforcement in March
JetSmarter is hoping to put its troubles behind it. Earlier this month, without admitting guilt, it agreed to settle a class action arbitration for $6 million. It also agreed to be acquired by Dubai-based Vista Global, parent of VistaJet and XOJET. However, a CNBC report yesterday says JetSmarter may be under investigation.
Flight sharing and charter broker JetSmarter says it is being targeted by ‘unethical competitive practices’
A report in the New York Post yesterday picked up on industry rumors bouncing around the last couple weeks that JetSmarter would be sold to Vista Group, a Dubai-based holding company formed last September which was used as a vehicle to acquire XOJET weeks later. The report cited undisclosed sources claiming, “Both insiders identified roll-up artist Vista Global as the likely acquirer. But if talks between the two parties fail, and JetSmarter fails to secure additional financing, the sources said it could be forced into bankruptcy.”