April 2, 2019
Omaha, Nebraska-headquartered Part 135 management and jet card operator Jet Linx has flown 100 million miles, having surpassed the threshold during a 1,085 mile flight from Scottsdale, Arizona to Omaha on 24 March.
“This amazing achievement is a reflection of our steadfast commitment to deliver exceptional service and the highest safety standards in private aviation to our clients, one mile at a time,” says president and CEO Jamie Walker. “We have grown at a steady pace since 1999 but, in the last few years, our business has experienced an exponential trajectory; we have flown half of the 100 million miles in the last five years. Jet Linx has quietly become a fine aircraft management and jet card solution in the industry because of our unique and innovative business model that offers a far more personalised approach to private jet travel through individual, city specific, local operations.”
The landmark comes as Jet Linx celebrates its 20th anniversary and anticipates another year of growth with the start of flight operations from new dedicated private terminals in New York, Boston, Chicago and Austin. It has already established terminals in Detroit and Houston, and has recently expanded its facility in Washington, DC. Building work in New York, Boston, Chicago and Austin is scheduled to be completed in the second quarter of 2019.
Jet Linx has 18 base locations and holds an ARGUS Platinum safety rating, IS-BAO Stage 3 certification and the Wyvern Wingman Standard
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