Private jet operator Jet Linx has restarted sales of both its Enterprise Jet Card Membership, designed to serve its corporate clients, and restarted a Tier II Executive Jet Card Membership for leisure travelers who fly less frequently than its Tier I Executive Membership offering.

Jet Linx had suspended new jet card sales in October 2021, in order to manage demand and ensure its promise of providing guaranteed services to its existing members during the peak travel season. Earlier this year it restarted sales of new jet cards on a limited basis and subject to a waitlist at each Jet Linx private terminal location.

“We made the decision to temporarily pause these Jet Card Membership programs last October to ensure we could properly serve our existing Members as we experienced a surge in demand for our private jet services coming out of the pandemic. Now that we have optimized the fleet to comfortably operate in this new marketplace, we are opening up sales again to serve these types of Members,” said Jamie Walker, President and CEO of Jet Linx. “Through our unparalleled standards of safety and service excellence, both on the ground and in the air, we are proud to reintroduce the Enterprise and Tier II Executive Jet Card Membership programs and serve as a trusted partner for business and leisure travelers.”

Enterprise Jet Card Membership

The Enterprise Jet Card Membership offers guaranteed availability of one aircraft per day at guaranteed, fixed hourly rates, no additional charge for peak travel and preferred access to Jet Linx’s fleet of 100+ aircraft across four size categories. The initial membership fee is $25,000 and requires a $250,000 deposit. Hourly rates start at $6,514 for a round trip on a light jet. Aircraft can be available on 72-hours’ notice during non-peak travel and 96-hours’ notice during peak travel.

Executive Jet Card Membership

The Tier II Executive Jet Cards have a longer notice period of 96-hours during non-peak travel and 7-days during peak travel. The initial membership fee is also $25,000 and requires a $150,000 deposit.

Jet Linx was the 5th largest Part 135 charter operator in 2021. It is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska and has 21 Base locations across the US in Atlanta, Austin, Boca Raton, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Tulsa and Washington D.C.

In addition to jet cards, the company offers joint ownership, and aircraft management programs and is an IS-BAO Stage 3, ARGUS Platinum Elite and Wyvern Wingman safety rated operator.

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