Dallas-based JetSuite, which is celebratingtion, plans to add additional, larger aircraft to its fleet to give clients a wider variety of private aviation options, it said. JetSuite operates Embraer Phenom 100 and 300 aircraft. Investors include Qatar Airways and JetBlue. JetSuite also plans to introduce additional in-cabin amenities in partnership with luxury brands, such as a signature cabin scent by Paris-based Diptyque and Venus et Fleur, vegan Red Flower amenity kits, a new line of ...

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