The luxury private jet operator is adding emergency support for passengers and crew members who become ill during their flight
Global private jet charter operator VistaJet is further increasing its in-flight health services.
To safeguard those who fly onboard its fleet, VistaJet working with partners RDT, a Philips company, and MedAire, said it is the first charter operator to embed Tempus IC2 monitors within its entire Bombardier Global private jet fleet.
The private jet charter operator is part of Vista Global Holdings, which includes VistaJet and brokerage arm XO
Our Private Jet Operator CARES Act Relief Scorecard shows how much the 25 largest U.S. operators received in payroll support
Ft. Lauderdale-based XOJET Aviation is the latest of the major private jet charter and fractional share players to have signed an agreement to receive funds as part of the CARES Act. It entered into an agreement with the Treasury Department last month providing $13.1 million.
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.
A survey of Flexjet, Jet Linx Aviation, Magellan Jets, Sentient Jet, and VistaJet found private jets will be traversing the country from sea-to-shining sea this summer
Where is the private jet set headed for the summer? A survey by Business Insider of five leading jet card providers found a wide variety of domestic hot spots.
Flexjet, Jet Linx Aviation, Magellan Jets, Sentient Jet, and VistaJet each shared insights into where their members are flying.
The news from VistaJet, XOJET chairman Thomas Flohr follows continued positive reports from Argus and WingX
71% of incoming requests are from customers who had no or little previous private jet flying experience
The news continues to be good for the business aviation sector. Last week WingX and Argus reported U.S. private jet travel was approaching 70% of pre-COVID-19 coronavirus levels.