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Sat, Jul 08, 2017

Jet Linx Surpasses 100 Aircraft Milestone In Its Private Jet Fleet

Omaha-Based Company Has 14 Locations Nationwide

The nationally-based fleet of aircraft operated by Jet Linx Aviation has surpassed its 100th aircraft under management. Currently, Jet Linx is the third largest aircraft management company (Part 135) in the United States, with 90 aircraft on its FAA certificate and another seven pending imminent addition to its certificate. The Jet Linx fleet of 101 aircraft also includes four that are managed solely for the owner’s use (Part 91).

“Surpassing 100 aircraft under management marks a milestone we are honored and proud to celebrate with our valued aircraft owners, amazing team members and great industry partners,” said Jamie Walker, President & CEO of Jet Linx. “We set out 18 years ago to provide a more personalized approach to guaranteed private jet travel solutions, and this milestone is the ultimate validation of our business model. This achievement truly reflects the quality of our programs and the commitment by our people to provide the best service in the private aviation industry.” Continued Mr. Walker, “We’re not flashy, we’re not the name you’ve seen on commercials or at the Masters, but we have built Jet Linx into the industry’s best aircraft management company by delivering on our service commitments and earning the trust of one client at a time.”

Jet Linx is committed to managed, strategic and sustained growth in number of aircraft, members and locations across the country. In 2016 alone, Jet Linx added 38 aircraft to its fleet, 250 members and two new city Base locations, ending the year as the third largest aircraft management company, by fleet size, in the United States, according to ARGUS TRAQPak.

Jet Linx is a locally-focused private jet company headquartered in Omaha with 14 Base locations across the U.S., pairing Aircraft Management services with guaranteed Jet Card programs on a local scale to provide a more personalized customer service experience. The Jet Linx national fleet ranges from Helicopters to Turboprops and Light, Midsize, Super Midsize and Heavy jets. Since its inception in 1999, Jet Linx has flown over 65 million miles and has established flight operations to destinations around the world, including private jet service to Cuba.

Jet Linx marked this momentous industry accomplishment with a series of private events in Omaha with its team members and industry partners, most notably Aircraft Specialties Inc., Duncan Aviation, Flight Safety Intl., Lutz, PayNode, Signature Flight Support, Silver Stone Group, Stellar and UMB. The festivities in Omaha will be followed by celebrations this Fall with its Aircraft Management and Jet Card clients across the country.

(Image provided with Jet Linx news release)



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