In celebration of National Aviation Day, VistaJet interviewed six of its employees about how the global coronavirus pandemic has impacted the private jet travel experience
Worldwide private jet operator VistaJet is celebrating National Aviation Day – it was earlier this month – by taking visitors to its website inside the lives of employees as they carried on during the COVID-19 crisis, providing an essential lifeline to those of us who needed to get somewhere.
Under the banner of “Meet the global aviation experts,” VistaJet is presenting interviews with a cabin hostess, captain, operations duty manager, program sales executive, customer experience manager, and vice president of charter sales.
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.
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.
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.”
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.