The private jet company offers two membership programs - the Club Card and the Executive Card. These both provide guaranteed availability in any size jet category, guaranteed hourly rates, plus an Elevated Lifestyle benefits program that includes partnerships with over a dozen luxury services.
A core part of the Jet Linx offering is its local bases. Since the first one opened in Omaha in 1999, the company has expanded to 17 locations including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Nashville, New York, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Tulsa, Washington D.C. Each base offers a local client service team, a local private terminal and a local fleet and local pilots.
Future plans include opening bases on the West Coast.
Primary Service Area
The primary service area for the card programs is the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. Although flights can be organized to anywhere in the world, with supplemental charges.
The initial joining fee is $12,500 for the Club Card and $17,500 for the Executive Card. Flights are then on a pay-as-you-go basis for each hour that you fly. With some members flying just ten or so hours a year and others flying over a hundred hours per year.
The hourly rates start at $3,375, and vary depending on if they are one way or round trip. One way rates start at $4,300 per hour in a light jet. The only additional fees are for fuel surcharges and FET, everything else is included.
Round-Trip rates apply to flights that return to the point of origin and that average at least 1.5 hours of flight time for each calendar day of the total round trip.
One-Way rates apply to flights that do not return to the point of origin and do not average at least 1.5 hours of flight time for each calendar day of the trip.
On the safety front Jet Linx has earned an ARGUS Platinum, IS-BAO Stage 3, and Wyvern Wingman Safety Ratings from these external ratings bodies.
The company has its own Safety Management System (SMS) and the client and line service staff undergo NATA Safety 1st Training.
The company has 105 aircraft in their managed fleet, spread across these 17 bases. The planes range from light jets such as the Hawker 400XP or Citation CJ3, up through mids and super-mids to heavy jets such as the Global Express and Gulfstream G550.
As the icing on their jet card cake, Jet Linx has assembled a range of exclusive offers from a network of partners in travel, transportation, wine, spirits, golf, health and fitness, and fashion. These partners include Canyon Ranch, the Cleveland Clinic, Savoya executive ground transportation, villas from the Exclusive Resorts portfolio, Meadowood in Napa Valley and many more.
Overall the jet card program at Jet Linx has attracted over 1,600 members, making it one of the larger card programs on the market.