The jet card and charter operator continues its expansion of luxury partners with its first addition since being acquired by Vista Global
XOJET, which operates a fleet of super midsize private jets
and has a $100 million dollar charter brokerage, including off-fleet midsize
and light jet card memberships, has added The Resort at Paws Up. The move
continues its focus on adding value for Preferred Access and Elite Access jet
card members via luxury and lifestyle partnerships.
XOJET Preferred Access and Elite Access program members receive VIP tasting experiences with the company’s newest lifestyle partner
XOJET has been bulking up its lifestyle partnerships over the past 18 months, and its newest, with Fairchild Napa Valley, gives its top-tier jet card members – Preferred and Elite Access level – the ability to acquire the maker’s wines, but enjoy visits and other experiences not offered to the general public.
XOJET jet card members will get added benefits with the luxury home sharing service
Jet card and on-demand charter broker and operator XOJET continues to add partners to its portfolio with a deal that will provide its Preferred Access and Elite Access the ability to book ocean-side villas, mountain chalets, and country piles, as well as the luxury private homes and apartments in major cities via Onefinestay. They will receive complimentary concierge credits towards in-home massages, private airport transfers, grocery delivery, and other amenities as part of the agreement.
XOJET says it completed a busy and successful first half of 2018 as it positions itself as a better option to fractional ownership
San Francisco-based XOJET said it saw 12% growth in total revenue during the first half of the year, including a record-breaking first quarter with year-over-year increases of 15% in overall business and 39.5% in Off-Fleet Charter Brokerage. The company says for the super-mid charter market in the United States it enjoys a 31% share of flights exceeding three hours occurring on the XOJET fleet. It has its own fleet of over 40 Bombardier Challenger 300s and Cessna Citation Xs.