Jet Linx Aviation introduces two new partners, TCS World Travel and Telluride Ski Resort, to its client benefits program, Elevated Lifestyle. Through the Elevated Lifestyle program, Jet Linx clients have access to exclusive rewards and offers with partners across a number of categories including health & wellness, leisure, wine & spirits, fashion, beauty, travel and more. Clients who fly 25, 50 and 100 hours a year earn access to an enhanced tier – Elevated Lifestyle Plus (EL+) – offering even more value.
TCS World Travel provides all-inclusive, globe-circling journeys in a custom Boeing 757 that are meticulously orchestrated, linking unique culture, historic sites and natural wonders rarely experienced on a single itinerary. Jet Linx clients, when not flying around the world with Jet Linx, enjoy client-only benefits when booking any TCS World Travel expedition, and can also tap into the TCS World Travel Private Travel division to create a custom international ground itinerary while using Jet Linx for lift.
Telluride, Colorado also joins the Jet Linx Elevated Lifestyle benefits program, with seasonal ski and golf offers for members staying at the Lumière Hotel. Renowned for its ski terrain, Telluride is a National Historic Landmark surrounded by the highest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000 feet peaks in the United States. Telluride’s Main Street features Victorian architecture and colorful storefronts while Mountain Village, a pedestrian-friendly alpine enclave, is home to a variety of boutiques, restaurants, and lodging options including Lumière, Colorado’s most intimate and luxury boutique property with ski-in/ski-out access.
“The Jet Linx cornerstone is about offering a personalized private jet experience with added value at every turn,” said Jamie Walker, President & CEO of Jet Linx. “Through the Elevated Lifestyle program, we’re able to provide our members and aircraft owners with exclusive benefits and highly curated experiences that reflect the same level of customization that is at the core of our business.”
Jet Linx also increased its fleet by three additional aircraft in January, bringing the total from 82 to 85 aircraft under management, up 39 aircraft from the previous year.
With a plan to add over 350 new Jet Card clients and 46 new managed aircraft in 2017, Jet Linx also announces the formation of a Revenue Management Department to further streamline its infrastructure of support.
Accompanying the establishment of a Revenue Management Department is the promotion of Erin Donnelly as its Vice President. Donnelly, a dedicated Jet Linx team member of seven years and previous the Director of Fleet Management for Jet Linx, has been promoted to lead the new department as its Vice President.
The newly formed Revenue Management Department will lead the Charter and Fleet Optimization departments and focus on expanding both teams to ensure the best revenue management practices for the two departments. “Our commitment to growth in 2017 is underscored by this reorganization of our executive management. Under the leadership of Erin Donnelly, we will not only meet, but exceed our revenue growth this year” said Jamie Walker, Jet Linx President and CEO.