Jet card and aircraft management provider Jet Linx has opened a newly constructed private terminal at Flying Cloud Airport near Minneapolis, Minnesota, marking its 19th private terminal in the U.S. “We are excited to announce the highly anticipated grand opening of our new Minneapolis private terminal as part of our nationwide growth strategy,” said Jet Linx president and CEO Jamie Walker. “With the growing demand for personalized private aviation services, it is a pleasure to introduce our unique business model to the region.”
The opening of the new terminal follows its July acquisition of Meridian’s aircraft charter and management division at Teterboro Airport, as well as the opening in recent years of four new private base terminals, a new and expanded private terminal in Nashville, Tennessee, and a second base terminal in St. Louis, Missouri. A socially distanced grand opening celebration of the Minneapolis terminal was held on October 8 attended by nearly 100 guests and featured a static display that included a Cessna Citation Longitude and X+; Gulfstream G500 and 280; and Bombardier Learjet 45.
“Current and future members and aircraft owners now have access to our dedicated, local team and to the amenities available exclusively in our private terminal, as well as to our guaranteed private jet services,” said Jet Linx Minneapolis base president Lee McGillivray.