NBAA, Orlando, Florida – Nov. 1, 2016 – XJet, a Dubai based private aviation service provider, is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Watson as General Manager & Sales Director of their flagship facility at Denver’s Centennial Airport. Immersed in luxury travel, hospitality and aviation for 15-years, Emily Watson brings an infectious energy and genuine desire to build strong trusted relationships. Her vast experience with private membership club models complements XJet's Seven-Star Service and will elevate the team, and the product offering as the company heads into it’s 10th year at APA. Emily joins the company from Surf Air where she was responsible for the strategy and execution of the entire member experience. She was involved in every facet of the business that required a member touch point to ensure the company’s service philosophy was incorporated and all efforts aligned with the members’ experience. Prior to that Emily spent several years with the Quintess Collection where she managed a team responsible for all member sales of the destination club. “We are very excited to welcome Emily to the team,” says XJet Founder & CEO Josh Stewart. “Emily is passionate about service and aviation, and brings a wealth of experience from the world of exclusive memberships which makes her a perfect fit for our XJet Denver operation" About XJet Founded in 2007, XJet is a private aviation company providing luxury service to private aircraft owners and users. Aviation International News readers consistently rate XJet in the top 5% in their annual survey, and Professional Pilot Magazine named XJet both ‘Best FBO in the United States’ and ‘Best Independent FBO’ in 2013. XJet London Stansted is the company’s first European hub and includes more than 90,000 square feet of dedicated hangar space, that can accommodate two 747 aircraft simultaneously, as well as a 17,000 square foot Club House. Headquartered at Dubai South, XJet provides its brand of award winning service at Denver’s Centennial Airport, the second busiest General Aviation Airport in the United States, and London Stansted. Our goal is to have ten locations worldwide by 2020 including The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Morocco.