Private jet company opens at Lambert Airport

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- A private jet company is having its grand opening at Lambert Airport.

Jet Linx St. Louis has a fleet of airplanes to offer private jet service for its clients.

The company has spent more than $2 million to get up and running and to renovate two vacant Missouri Air National Guard facilities.

At the new terminal, clients are offered a private gate entrance, a lounge and bar and a boardroom.

Jet Linx says it offers a convenient service for business people to travel to other parts of the country easier than flying commercial.

Jet Linx says an average one day business trip from St. Louis to Chicago with several passengers may cost $5,000, but the company says the cost per person is offset by saving time and increasing productivity.


  • ByeByeToTheRite

    This business should do REALLY well!

    While many businesses are struggling, well, any business that depends on WORKING people for their sales are, anyway, THIS business should THRIVE!

    After all, the wealthy are getting wealthier at unprecedented, historic rates! The richest 5% of the population got 22% wealthier last year alone! Salaries and bonuses at corporate America are skyrocketing, often at 25%, 40% higher rates than last year – all while the worker’s wages are stagnant and all costs and prices are going up. Hmmm, wonder where all those price increases are going? Does it really take you THAT long to figure out where?

    So this business, focusing on the wealthier segment of society, should do well! Their potential clientele are getting at least 20% richer every day, so they should have a great market!

  • ByeByeToTheRite

    The government needs to take all the rich white mans money away so every person is poor unless your in the ruling class of goverment that’s my dream.

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