Even as private flying in the U.S. recedes from record levels, private jet terminals, known as FBOs, are becoming increasingly crowded, particularly at high-demand airports. For flyers, that means anything from struggling to find parking, not immediately having staff available to help with luggage, having to wait in a line so desk staff can find your pilots, and even a shortage of space to sit, and particularly have private conversations or phone calls.
That overcrowding is sparking several private jet fractional and jet card flight providers to offer their own dedicated lounges exclusively for their customers.
The most recent entry is Quincy, Massachusetts-based jet card and charter
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