Jet Linx Reactivates Two Jet Card Programs

 - July 13, 2022, 4:21 PM
Private aviation solutions provider Jet Linx has resumed sales of two of its jet card membership programs which were paused amid the post-pandemic private aviation surge. (Photo: Jet Linx)

With reports of U.S. companies returning to domestic business travel in the wake of the Covid pandemic, private aviation solutions provider Jet Linx has reinstated two more of its jet card membership plans.

The Omaha, Nebraska-based operator—which has achieved Argus Platinum Elite, IS-BAO Stage 3, and Wyvern Wingman safety designations—is reactivating its Enterprise Jet Card membership aimed at corporate clients and its Tier II Executive Jet Card membership, which allows leisure travelers who fly less frequently, access to Jet Linx’ members-only fleet.

“We made the decision to temporarily pause these jet card membership programs in 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,” said company president and CEO Jamie Walker. “Now as we have optimized the fleet to comfortably operate in this new marketplace, we are opening up sales again to serve these types of members.”