Jet Linx expands presence in St. Louis


Private jet management company Jet Linx has added a second dedicated private terminal at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport as the company continues to expand across the USA.

The private terminal at the airport in Chesterfield, Missouri is the second in the greater St. Louis area. The first Jet Linx St. Louis base location opened at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in 2013.

Spanning 500 square feet, the facility includes an aircraft hangar and a private lounge.

“We have seen a significant increase in the interest and demand for differentiated and highly-personalized private aviation services in the Chesterfield region and are pleased to deliver an extension of our esteemed services to this growing suburb,” said Rich Ropp, base president at Jet Linx St. Louis. “Our second Jet Linx terminal will provide our existing and new clients with even more convenience and accessibility, further reinforcing our unwavering commitment to elevating the private travel experience and delivering the best local services for our Jet Card members.”

The new Jet Linx terminal at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport is located 30 minutes from the city’s Central West End and will predominantly service corporate and business travelers in the greater St. Louis area.

“We are pleased to see such great demand for our specialized services and are confident that through Rich Ropp’s leadership, our second St. Louis location will further elevate the experience of private flying for our discerning members,” said Jamie Walker, CEO and president of Jet Linx. “Our success and expansion in St. Louis should be credited to the resilience of our local teams and their ongoing dedication to delivering nothing but the best for our clients.”

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