VistaJet bolsters its super-midsize Challenger 350 and ultra-long-haul Global 7500 fleets in response to an increase in new corporate customers
Global luxury charter operator VistaJet plans to add over $1 billion in new private jets in the next 24 months. It comes as initiatives to coddle the nascent corporate travel market are apparently paying off.
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.
VistaJet’s Ian Moore talks to Private Jet Card Comparisons about its new short-term private jet lease offer responding to COVID-19 Coronavirus
Last month VistaJet came up with an innovative short-term solution to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis. The answer was to offer its fleet of silver and red Bombardier private jets on short-term leases, starting at just one month. The leases include crews and even flight hours. We caught up with Chief Commercial Officer Ian Moore to get the details.
The private jet on-demand charter operator also provides it guaranteed-availability, fixed-rate version of a jet card program
VistaJet, a subsidiary of Vista Global Holdings, which also owns U.S.-based XO (a combination of XOJET and JetSmarter), says business remains strong as it takes steps to enhance the safety of both customers and flight crews.
VistaJet says figures from January 2020 through today highlight that the total number of flights increased by a further 16% year-over-year.