JetSuiteX displays E135 Farnborough
JetSuite is showcasing its latest Embraer EMB-135 LR aircraft at the Farnborough International Air Show. The private jet operator launched new brand JetSuiteX, a public charter operator in April, opening markets that had been unserved for over 25 years.
JetSuite purchased ten EMB-135 aircraft from Embraer, adding to its existing fleet of Phenom 100s and JetSuite Edition CJ3s. The first three have been delivered, and the 10th is scheduled to arrive in 2017. The aircraft on display at Farnborough this week was initially operated by American Eagle airlines, now, after a thorough refurbishment and cabin re-do, is making a second act as a private jet hybrid.
“We’re thrilled to bring our latest fully overhauled EMB-135 aircraft to one of the biggest air shows in the world.”
Alex Wilcox, CEO of JetSuite said: “We’re thrilled to bring our latest fully overhauled EMB-135 aircraft to one of the biggest air shows in the world. Our new fleet of JetSuiteX 30-seat Embraer 135 jets combines all the best comforts of private air travel, including a private terminal ground experience, but for the price of a traditional airline seat.”
Unlike other offerings, JetSuiteX clients don’t need to sign up, pay a monthly subscription, or travel in small propeller airplanes. As JetSuiteX only flies from private jet facilities, there are no crowded terminals and long security lines.