December 15, 2016

Jet Linx D.C. Reports 2016 Growth in Local Base Operations

D.C. (December 2016) – Jet Linx D.C., one of 14 Jet Linx Base locations nationwide, has grown its local member base to 16 this year with five aircraft and plans to expand its existing fleet early
next year.

“Our recent strategic alliance with ProJet Aviation has allowed us to grow our presence in the D.C. metropolitan area, as well as expand our staff to include additional pilots, client service agents and maintenance personnel,” said Greg Kinsella, Base President of Jet Linx D.C. “The addition of Leesburg Executive Airport grants Card clients and aircraft owners who live near Virginia’s horse and wine country access to a Jet Linx experience that provides a local, more personalized service.”

In addition to Leesburg Executive Airport (JYO), the D.C. Base operates from two other area airports including the Jet Linx private terminal at Dulles International Airport (IAD) and service from Manassas Regional Airport (HEF), providing local members with unmatched service and the convenience of having a dedicated staff assisting members with their every need for every trip.

Jet Linx is known to be the leading provider for aircraft management services, offering a spectrum of benefits through a combination of local bases backed by a powerful national infrastructure. From aircraft acquisitions and cost-effective aircraft operation to aircraft maintenance, Jet Linx assures both aircraft owners and potential owners based in D.C. that they are receiving a bestin-the-industry experience with guaranteed revenue and savings. In addition, Jet Linx aircraft management clients in D.C. automatically gain access to the Jet Linx Jet Card program with no up-front membership fee required and guaranteed aircraft availability, as well as hourly rates and the highest standard of safety. The Jet Card program serves as a backup solution for an aircraft owner when their aircraft is on a revenue flight or down for maintenance.

Additional cost-effective differentiators within the Jet Linx Card program include round trip rates based on occupied flight time only, exclusive one-way specials and access to Jet Linx’s fleet of light, midsize, super midsize and heavy jets, without penalty for the upgrade.

Jet Linx concluded 2016 with more than a 20 percent increase in miles flown since last year, totaling 58 million miles since inception. Peak travel times including the Thanksgiving season, aided in breaking previous company records, with 140 legs flown on Tuesday, Nov. 22 and 174 on Sunday, Nov. 27. On the international front, Jet Linx achieved authorization to operate in Cuba, granting Jet Card holders and aircraft owners the ability to travel to Havana and 11 other airports in Cuba upon securing the required visas. Jet Linx is among the top one percent of all aircraft operators in the U.S., having earned an ARGUS Platinum Safety Rating, IS-BAO Stage 3 certification and the Wyvern Wingman safety rated operator designation.

For more information about Jet Linx, service experience, Jet Card benefits or aircraft
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About Jet Linx D.C.
Jet Linx D.C. is a locally-focused private jet base founded in 2015 as a more personalized approach to national private jet companies. Jet Linx D.C. operates in three area airports including the Jet Linx private terminal at Dulles International Airport (IAD), Manassas Regional Airport (HEF) and Leesburg Executive Airport (KJYO), where the company has a strategic alliance with ProJet Aviation. The local team offers two different ways to experience private aviation – a guaranteed Jet Card and an Aircraft Management program – providing its clients with an all-encompassing, local solution to all of their private jet travel needs. Jet Linx D.C. holds five aircraft in its fleet and is one of 14 local bases operated by Jet Linx Aviation, a locally-focused private jet company founded in 1999 with 82 aircraft in its national fleet. Jet Linx is an IS-BAO Stage 3, ARGUS Platinum and Wyvern Wingman safety rated operator, an accomplishment earned by less than one percent of all aircraft operators in the world. It is headquartered in Omaha, Neb. and also has bases in Atlanta, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Denver, Omaha, San Antonio, Scottsdale, St. Louis, Tulsa, and Nashville. For additional information, please visit Jet Linx (

Kaymi Malave
EVINS Communications

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