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Jet Linx Expands to Boston

Jet Linx Expands to Boston

Omaha, Nebraska-based private aviation services provider Jet Linx has opened its latest base terminal—the company’s 18th location in the U.S.—at Boston-area Laurence G. Hanscom Field in Bedford, Massachusetts.

The renovated 2,200-sq-ft facility on the southeast corner of the airfield, formerly occupied by Jet Aviation, offers the company’s jet card and aircraft management clients FBO-level amenities such as a private conference room, executive lounge, and kitchenette fully stocked with snacks and beverages, as well as exclusive ramp access and parking. The location will make its official debut in mid-June with a grand opening event.

“The growing Jet Linx team in Boston is thrilled to share our completed facility at Hanscom Field,” said Brad Rosse, the company’s president for the location, adding the local team has more than 50 years of combined experience in corporate aviation. “The base is unlike anything else in the area—a private high-tech experience for our jet card members and aircraft owners. The people and the dramatic location introduce a new paradigm for corporate aviation at Hanscom Field.”

Jet Linx, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, has surpassed the 100-million-mile flown threshold. It anticipates another year of record growth with the buildout and openings of dedicated private terminals in New York, Chicago, and Austin this year, the company said.

Reference:   www.ainonline.com

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