JetSuite Welcomes Legacy 650 To Its Growing Fleet

September 13, 2017 | By forimmediaterele | Filed in: Press Releases.

Travel & Tourism Industry release:

The Legacy 650 is also the first aircraft to join JetSuite’s newly launched Aircraft Management Program. The program was developed to support the growth of its SuiteKey program and charter flying. The Aircraft Management Program provides single-aircraft owners with three unique options based on their flying needs, each designed to maximize utilization and reduce the cost of ownership.

“We are very excited to welcome the Embraer Legacy 650 into our JetSuite fleet,” said Alex Wilcox, CEO of JetSuite. “We have had an incredible experience with Embraer’s aircraft, including the Phenom 100s flown by JetSuite travelers and E135 jets flown by JetSuiteX customers. When it came time to introduce a large cabin aircraft to our fleet, the Legacy 650 was the clear choice. We look forward to continuing to expand and diversify our fleet of jets to meet our customers’ growing needs.”

For more information, visit www.jetsuite.com

About JetSuite 

JetSuite provides flying that moves your soul through transparent pricing, efficient operations, acute attention to detail, acclaimed customer service, and industry-leading safety practices. Offering a WiFi-equipped fleet of jets across the US, JetSuite was recently ranked #1 in light jet utilization by ARGUS. Under the leadership of CEO Alex Wilcox, a JetBlue founding executive, JetSuite is IS-BAO certified and rated Platinum by ARGUS, the highest possible safety rating in the private jet industry. For information please visit www.jetsuite.com

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SOURCE JetSuite, Inc.

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