XOJET achieves 77% growth in second half of 2012


XOJET adds to Platinum Network and adds new corporate shuttle service during the second half of year.

XOJET has announced that it achieved 77% year over year growth in on fleet flight hours during the second half of 2012. During the same period, the US private aviation industry contracted, flying 3% fewer hours according to data from the Federal Aviation Administration. 2012 is the third consecutive year in which XOJET has exceeded the growth rate of the overall private aviation industry.

“Our growth over the last several years has largely been organic, driven by enthusiastic XOJET clients referring their friends and colleagues to us,” said Blair LaCorte, XOJET CEO. “The level of support and interaction we have with our clients is invaluable and extremely gratifying, as we are building our business in partnership with our clients.“

XOJet has also redesigned ots Preffered Access program, giving clients greater control and flexability.

“In response to customer input, we redesigned the XOJET Preferred Access program to provide more balance between flexible market-rate pricing and guaranteed fixed-price access to the XOJET fleet,” said Ted Botimer, XOJET SVP of revenue management. “There isn’t anything else like XOJET Preferred Access available today and response to the program enhancements has been overwhelming.”

In December 2012, XOJET added TWC Aviation to its Platinum Partner Network.

The alliance between the companies gives TWC Aviation clients exclusive access, fixed-rate pricing, and immediate answers to availability on the XOJET fleet of more than 50 aircraft, and XOJET clients will receive preferred access to TWC Aviation aircraft ownership, management, and private jet sales and acquisition services. In addition, XOJET recently established a new corporate shuttle operation.

This new shuttle service is designed to assist corporate flight departments in the management of complex shuttle operations and is on track to serve nearly 200,000 shuttle passengers in 2013.

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