Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’
Snøhetta expansion of the new SFMOMA, 2016; photo: © Henrik Kam, courtesy SFMOMA
Staying in the loop is easy when you have daily flights touching down in virtually every major city across America. But nowhere are we more connected to happenings on the ground than San Francisco, where XOJET was born, raised, and molded amid a burgeoning start-up culture brimming with technology and innovation.
“San Francisco is the perfect home base for us,” says Brad Stewart, XOJET President and CEO. “We’re honored to be a part of this forward-thinking community and constantly gain inspiration from the city around us.”
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) runway closure is now in full effect, with two of four runways under construction until a planned September 2014 re-opening. Construction on the federally mandated updates began the weekend of May 17 and expected to impact Summer operations in and out of the San Francisco-Bay Area.
With our hometown airport under major construction, our Aviation Advisor team and operations center continue to closely monitor the operational changes and plan for ways to minimize impact onto our clients. We offer clients simple solutions with trip planning to…
Today’s San Francisco Chronicle “Bottom Line” section features a discussion with XOJET CEO Brad Stewart on the state of the business aviation industry and how XOJET—now one of the largest private jet charter companies in the nation—rose above the receding industry since “the Lehman bust” in 2008. Columnist Andrew Ross also got a surprise glimpse of what our clients experience aboard one of our $20 million Citation X private jets at SFO’s Signature Aviation Terminal. Read more on Ross’ discussion with XOJET’s CEO and his shared private jet experience here.