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Jet Linx Introduces Flight-sharing Feature

Part of the company's new mobile application, it will allow aircraft owners and jet card holders to sell empty seats on a per-flight basis.

Jet management and card membership provider Jet Linx has introduced an empty-seat marketing program as part of its revised mobile application. Called OpenSeat Exchange, it allows the company’s jet owners and cardholders to buy or sell empty seats on its flights on a per-seat basis, exclusively through the app.

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The company's 2,000 jet-card members and 115 aircraft owner clients can use the app "to further improve, enrich, and elevate the Jet Linx private jet travel experience,” said Jamie Walker, president of the Nebraska-based company, adding that last year there were more than 40,000 empty seats on Jet Linx flights. “Open Seat Exchange is...a secure, trusted, peer-to-peer exchange of open seats within the Jet Linx community.”

The flight-sharing program is the latest feature to be added to the app, which lets users book private jets in real time at guaranteed hourly rates, quote future trips, arrange catering and ground transport, make changes to the flight manifest, and view and book empty legs at discounted prices.