Today, we are embarking on a private-commercial partnership that breaks new ground for ultra-high-net-worth flyers traveling internationally from leading private jet brand to leading international airline, Etihad Airways.
“The goal of XOJET is to give power to the passenger,” says Amit Saini, Consulting Partner for Noodle.ai. “We’re helping them do that by giving power to the XOJET pricing analyst.” He’s referring to a concept called enterprise artificial intelligence, the centerpiece for a groundbreaking new partnership with XOJET.
At XOJET we aim to provide clients with the best in private jet solutions, and it is that core value that led us to JetSmarter, the world’s largest mobile marketplace for private jets and a company that shares our mission.
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with JetSmarter, which strategically combines XOJET’s fleet of super mid-size jets and exceptional service with JetSmarter’s digital distribution channel to provide an unmatched suite of private jet solutions.
From flexible flight routes to overall travel convenience, the premise of private aviation is as simple as it is obvious. Now let’s look at some of its lesser-known private flying essentials—all great reminders before your next flight with XOJET.
1. Ten times more airports than commercial.
One reason private jets are seldom delayed is because they have over 5,000 private airports to choose from in the U.S., compared to just 500 for commercial flights. (Plus, private airports and airfields don’t have to account for as many air traffic delays.)
Ask any XOJET pilot and they will gladly tell you about all the wonderful places they fly to, which typically sounds like this: Aspen, St. Maarten, Kona, Teterboro, Van Nuys. For our pilots, no two days are alike which makes flying a real treat.
Written by Albert Hsieh on Tuesday October 1st 2013
XOJET Concierge Access partner Virgin Galactic continues to make great progress towards space adventure. Last Wednesday September 25, the company invited over 300 future astronauts for a private tour of FAITH hangar in Mojave, California, the final assembly location for WhiteKnightTwo.
In true Virgin fashion, a cocktail party took place the evening prior in Beverly Hills awaiting future astronauts to arrive from around the world in time to attend the early-morning tour. The following morning, a caravan of busses shuttled…
In honor of the 2013 Women in Aviation Conference, the XOJET Blog has been running a series of profiles of some of the great women who work at XOJET. We recently spoke with Nora Jacobsen, who stopped by XOJET’s booth at the 2012 conference and ended up joining us in July 2012—a month after retiring from a 20-year career as a U.S. Navy pilot. She’s now a co-pilot on the XOJET Challenger 300 super-mid-size jet.
XOJET Blog: Talk about your role at XOJET and what your responsibilities are.
Nora: I’m a co-pilot…
The National Football League recently featured XOJET friend John Collins, also known as The Paper Airplane Guy, in “NFL Films Presents: The Spiral,” a video that explores in depth the aerodynamics behind throwing the “perfect spiral.” John applies some of the same concepts to paper airplane design, and earlier this year, he and former Cal quarterback Joe Ayoob shattered the Guinness World Record for the longest paper airplane flight with the same design featured in the video. (XOJET co-sponsored that event.)
Want to learn how to make the same paper airplane? See a video…
XOJET Advisory Board member Reza Taleghani has a deep understanding of the operational aspects of the aviation industry and how to explain its inner workings. It’s experience he gained on the job as the former president and CEO of Sterling Airlines.
Now Taleghani and co-authors Bijan Vasigh and Darryl Jenkins are sharing their industry expertise in their new book Aircraft Finance: Strategies for Managing Costs in a Turbulent Industry. Whether you’re running an airline, operating a corporate fleet or managing your own investments in private jets, Aircraft Finance will answer questions like: How do…