New Lambert company targets business travelers

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) - There's a new player at Lambert Airport, and if you're a business traveler, they're aiming for your business.

Jet Linx is launching services in St. Louis and is locally owned by three St. Louis businessmen.  They are Robert R. Hermann, Jr, Keith Harbison and James F. Mauze, Jr.  They believe their service will eliminate the hassle of worrying about delayed commercial flights.  They argue a full plane with their company can save some travel costs to businesses and in some cases can eliminate the need for overnight stays.

The company's website, Jetlinx.com, says the three men began the venture in 1999 and is an industry leader in safety.

Jet Linx expects it will have a $10M annual impact to the St. Louis economy.

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