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XOJET & Bloomberg Take To The Sky (And Not Just Any Airspace)!

April 20, 2016  |  Media
XOJET President & CEO Brad Stewart sits down with Bloomberg Correspondent Ramy Innocencio

XOJET President & CEO Brad Stewart sits down with Bloomberg Correspondent Ramy Innocencio at Teterboro Airport to talk about the state of the industry and XOJET’s position within as a winning brand.

Last week, XOJET President & CEO Brad Stewart took to the sky, treating Bloomberg Correspondent Ramy Inocencio to an unforgettable view of the Manhattan skyline in the busiest airspace. A mere 2,500 feet off the ground (airplanes typically fly at an altitude of 35,000 feet), the two came very close to the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower and Times Square, which for Brad, has never happened before in his long career as XOJET’s President & CEO.

On this special day, the two also came together to talk about a range of topics: Who typically flies with XOJET? And how much does it cost? What differentiates XOJET from its competitors? Indeed, Ramy was asking all the right questions to answer the most important question of them all.

XOJET President & CEO Brad Stewart shares an inflight photo with Bloomberg Correspondent Ramy Innocence.

How does XOJET take private aviation to new heights?

Keen on distilling our business model in the simplest way, Ramy and Brad spoke in depth about our business model and why more flyers are choosing to fly on-demand. We’ve all heard the term on-demand before in this new age of the sharing economy and in the four-hour span the two spent together, we answered all of Ramy’s question – and hopefully all of yours – in the video below. Have a
look.

 

 



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