VistaJet to launch Bombardier Global 7500 fleet in January

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Available to its jet card program members now, VistaJet expects to have six Global 7500s flying by the end of 2020

Vista Global’s VistaJet will put the first of six Bombardier Global 7500 ultra-long-range private jets into service starting in January 2020. Members of its Program, the private jet charter operator’s version of a jet card and alternative to fractional ownership, can start reserving flights as of today. The company has said it has orders and options for as many as 30 of the new jets.

VistaJet sets Valentine’s Day offers for its customers

If you haven’t made plans to romance your partner for Valentine’s Day – it’s coming next week – VistaJet could be ready to save you. The global operator of super-midsize, large cabin, and ultra-long-haul private jets is offering “personalized hand-crafted chocolates, a bottle of distinguished Dom Pérignon P2 and a cabin filled with roses.”

VistaJet ups safety approach with Oprey Flight Solutions integration

VistaJet XOJET

The system will deliver instantaneous and intuitive risk assessments for every flight

Global jet card and on-demand charter operator VistaJet said it is further enhancing its inflight operations software with the adoption of Osprey Flight Solutions data-led risk assessment technology. Since its launch in 2004 VistaJet, which owns its fleet of super midsize, large cabin and ultra long-range private jets, said it has completed over 146,000 flights globally, safely flying over 367,000 passengers to more than 1,900 airports worldwide.

VistaJet, XOJET report 2018 results

VistaJet XOJet private jet card programs

The two subsidiaries of Vista Global posted significant gains in memberships and flying last year

In separate press releases, private jet operators VistaJet and XOJET released results from 2018. VistaJet said the figures are preliminary and subject to change after auditing. Both are now part of Vista Global, a Dubai-based holding company which served as a vehicle to buy XOJET last September.

Vista Global says consolidation, longer flights and lifestyle services will highlight private jet travel in 2019

VistaJet jet card customers increased 31% in 2018

Vista Global (parent of VistaJet and XOJET) founder and chairman Thomas Flohr offers his predictions for business aviation

Last year, VistaJet made news when it launched a Dubai-based holding company Vista Global and then weeks later announced the acquisition of XOJET, a large U.S.-based fleet operator and charter broker. At the same time, VistaJet has been solidifying its position at the top end of the global private jet card and charter market adding to its ferry free flying zones (now 95% of the globe) and top-end services for children, catering and oenophiles.

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