Jet Center Los Angeles taking precautions against COVID-19

COVID - 19 Precautions

As most of you are aware, in recent days there have been confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States.

Jet Center Los Angeles is currently taking and will continue to take all reasonable and necessary steps to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all of our team members and customers.

We are taking precautionary measures and having our offices and aircraft regularly deep cleaned and sanitized. The nature of flying private allows passengers to avoid large crowds at commercial airports with significantly fewer guests onboard each aircraft and inside private lobbies. These advantages will help prevent the spread of any germs between aircraft cleanings.
Please keep yourself informed; below is a link to a short 5-minute video produced by the World Health Organization to educate yourself on the origin, symptoms, and steps for prevention of COVID-19:


What we are doing to keep you safe:

Safety Procedures

Jet Center Los Angeles has taken proactive and voluntary steps to help our passengers have a healthy flying experience. In addition to limiting our daily hours of operation from 6am - 7pm PT, we have added more hand sanitizer in our lobby and common areas.  We are also implementing extra cleaning procedures throughout the day. All areas of high touch points like the coffee machine, counter, seats, armrests and handles will be disinfected with cleansers.

Although our Customer Service Agents are thoroughly trained in safety procedures they have also been briefed on symptoms which may be exhibited by a potentially affected individual and are exercising high caution and discretion.


What you can do to stay healthy while traveling:

Prevent the Spread

While Jet Center Los Angeles has quickly taken steps to support a healthier flying environment, there are many actions you can take yourself that are recommended for travelers to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These include washing your hands often, staying home when you’re sick, avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth, and avoiding unnecessary skin contact with others.

NOTICE: Passengers that are visibly ill (i.e. sneezing, coughing, tissue use) may not be allowed in common areas unless a doctor’s note certifying non-contagiousness and their ability to safely travel. Travelers with seasonal allergies may wish to provide a note as their symptoms can be mistaken for something much worse. 


Encouraging at-risk individuals to postpone their travels:

Encouraging Greater Safety

On 5 March, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated public guidance encouraging those older and/or with underlying medical conditions to stay at home minimizing all interaction with the public. While airlines continue to be a very safe form of travel, Jet Center Los Angeles is encouraging greater safety for those that require heightened protection from COVID-19.