Wheels Up to continue taking new customers

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While NetJets, Sentient and Jet Linx have halted accepting new customers amid record demand, Wheels Up is confident it has the ability to accommodate growth

Wheels Up has no plans to halt selling new memberships. That’s as record demand has led several other leading jet card and membership providers to pull back.

Wheels Up boosts full-year forecast after 113% Q2 growth

Kenny Dichter

Wheels Up boosts full-year revenue guidance from $912 million to $1.05-$1.1 billion; plans extra $25 to $35 million on tech, customer experience, pilot retention, and private jet capacity

Since becoming a publicly-traded company last month, Wheels Up is earning plaudits from at least one analyst following its first earnings call. At the same time, executives outlined how the private aviation provider deals with record demand that is swamping the industry.

Wheels Up adds Porsche luxury auto discounts for members

Wheels Up continues to beef up its lifestyle partnerships with luxury carmaker Porsche

Wheels Up has added a partnership with Porsche Cars North America. It offers members discounted rentals and membership fee waivers with the luxury carmaker.

Wheels Up/Amex: Should you buy Wheels Up through American Express?

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Are the American Express-Wheels Up benefits worth getting a Platinum card for $695?

American Express is adding Wheels Up as its Premium Private Jet Program partner, replacing Delta Private Jets. Wheels Up purchased Delta Private Jets in January 2020, and the existing American Express – DPJ partnership was set to expire on Aug. 31. Delta Private Jets had been the exclusive partner of the AX Premium Private Jet Program since 2016. But should you get the Amex Platinum card just to buy Wheels UP?

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