JetSuite to Mark its 10th Year With Fleet Growth, New Amenities

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Private aviation company JetSuite announced that, for 2019—its 10th year of operation—it plans to add new, larger aircraft to its fleet and introduce luxury in-cabin amenities.

Embraer Phenom 100 and 300 aircraft currently make up JetSuite’s current light jet fleet. But, thanks to investments from Qatar Airways and JetBlue, the company expects to add additional, larger aircraft in mid-2019, providing a wider range of options for its clients.

JetSuite also plans to introduce a new collection of luxury amenities to its on-flight service. These additions include a signature cabin scent by fragrance house Diptyque, Venus et Fleur’s Eternity Roses, JetSuite-branded blankets by Coyuchi, vegan and cruelty-free Red Flower amenity kits and onboard snacks curated by gourmet food company Torn Ranch. Additionally, JetSuite will partner with For the Furry to offer customized amenities for travelers’ pets.

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The aviation company also announced it will continue its SuiteKey program. The service provides preferred, fixed hourly rates, no repositioning fees, 365-day access and guaranteed availability with 48 hours’ notice. To join, clients just deposit at the Chairman, Founder or Executive levels and fly against those funds, starting at $100,000. JetSuite will also still offer on-demand charter services for those who may not fly as frequently.

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