Jet Linx is continuing its build out of private air terminals for its aircraft owners and jet card members with the opening of its New York-area private terminal at Teterboro Airport—the 18th such facility in its network. Developed in partnership with private investment firm The Radcliff Companies, the 3,000-sq-ft terminal and its staff will operate under standards based on those established by Forbes Travel Guide for rating luxury hotels, restaurants, and spas.
Designed by Paul Bennett Architects, the terminal features decorative elements such as teak wood, cognac leather, and fluted glass, and includes a central lounge area, individual seating areas, a private conference facility, fully equipped kitchen, and dedicated hospitality area. It will support aircraft owners and members in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
“We are dedicated to serving our clients in a way no other private aviation business can: by providing our aircraft owners and our jet card members with guaranteed private jet services on a local scale to personally serve each client's individual needs,” Jet Linx president and CEO Jaime Walker said.
The opening comes on the heels of Jet Linx private terminal openings at Texas Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield, Missouri. Based in Omaha, Nebraska, Jet Linx offers a jet card membership program and aircraft management services.