October 4, 2022

Jet Linx Omaha Celebrates Earning 2021/22 Star Performer Award

October 04, 2022

Jet Linx Omaha Celebrates Earning 2021/22 Star Performer Award

The High Fliers program recognizes Jet Linx Bases that achieve the highest attainment of their budget goals annually, measured in six different budget categories. While all Bases strive to meet and exceed individual goals, only one Base annually is awarded the Star Performer award.

For the 2021/22 fiscal year, Jet Linx Omaha earned honors as the Star Performer for the best overall performance by individual category. Jet Linx Omaha placed first in charter hours to budget, first in aircraft to budget, first in revenue hours to budget and third place in jet cards to budget.

On September 28, more than 30 Jet Linx Omaha and Jet Linx NOC team members gathered at the private terminal at Eppley Airfield for the Star Performer Luncheon. The Jet Linx executive team congratulated the Base for their hard work and dedication.

“It’s important to recognize the exceptional performance of our entire team. Everyone here performs their job and exceeds expectations, and that’s why we’re the Star Performer this year. From our Flight Concierge team to Maintenance, there’s never a lapse in service and we’re all committed to going above and beyond for one another and our clients,” said Dan Longo, Regional Base President.

“I was once a part of the team at this Base and it’s inspiring to see the growth and success we’ve had here over the years. It’s especially meaningful to look across the street at [the new private terminal] we’re building and the promise it brings to our local Base and clients in Omaha. The future is very bright for this team in Omaha,” added Jamie Walker, President and CEO.

Congratulations to other High Flier Base teams for their performance this year, including Jet Linx Indianapolis for first place in Jet Card to budget, and Jet Linx Miami for first place in operating expense efficiency and first place in Jet Card hours to budget.

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