JetSuite, the nation’s fastest-growing private jet service offering coverage throughout the US, Canada and Mexico, is proud to announce the opening of its new office headquarters and Mission Control Center in Irvine, California.
With its former Long Beach offices becoming too small for the company’s continuously growing staff, the business has relocated to a more expansive space adjacent to Orange County’s John Wayne Airport, moving 70 employees to the area.
In its first two years of operation, JetSuite has saved its clients over 10 million dollars, and the company continues to grow rapidly, expand its fleet and make private jet travel accessible to more people than ever before. “The opening of our new headquarters is a monumental and exciting step for the company, and we are honored to have received such a warm welcome from the local community and government here in Orange County,” says Alex Wilcox, JetSuite’s Founder and CEO. “In this economy, we are extremely proud to be able to bring well-paying, quality job opportunities to this area.”
To further generate awareness and excitement on a local level, JetSuite hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting event at their new headquarters, inviting media and community members to tour the new mission control center and see JetSuite’s fleet of Phenom 100 private jets firsthand. Government officials were also on hand to give a special presentation, including Sukhee Kang, Mayor of Irvine; Chris Palmer, Deputy District Director of Congressman John Campbell’s office; Kim Sherman of the Irvine Chamber of Commerce; City Councilman Steven Choi; Tallia Hart, CEO of the Irvine Chamber of Commerce; and Masis Chahbazian, Chairman of the Board.