Jet Linx breaks ground on new flagship private terminal


Jet Linx, the global private aviation company providing aircraft management, joint ownership and Jet Card membership services through its 20 locations nationwide, has broken ground on a new  private terminal at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska.

The existing Jet Linx Omaha facility debuted in 2004 as the company’s first local private terminal to serve its clients.

The new private terminal represents a new era for the company as it further evolves and expands its unique local service offering.

“It is an incredible milestone to be breaking ground and constructing a brand-new private terminal location, just steps from where we chose to launch our first local private terminal 17 years ago,” said Jamie Walker, President and CEO of Jet Linx.

“We have been hyper-focused on delivering a best-in-class service experience for our clients since our inception in 1999, and the scale of our team’s achievements are both extraordinary and inspiring as we now serve 20 cities nationwide. It is with great pride that we celebrate the next era of the Jet Linx brand and introduce our new flagship facility, coupled with our Forbes Five-Star service standards, which represent an industry-leading service standard for private aviation. We look forward to continuing to deliver the highest level of customer service possible and further elevating the private travel experience for the Omaha-area community from this new private terminal facility.”

The news of the new Jet Linx Omaha facility follows the company’s announcement that Jet Linx Miami, its 20th location and first in Florida, is expected to open in early Fall 2021. Jet Linx has continued to develop new markets and expand its network of private terminal locations throughout the past year, having recently welcomed Jet Linx Minneapolis as its 19th location and celebrating a new private terminal in San Antonio, a market they have served since 2011. Jet Linx plans to pursue additional enhancements to current private terminals in Scottsdale and Dallas this year, and open additional new private terminal locations by 2022.

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