What’s On My Desk: JetSuite CEO Alex Wilcox


Ever wonder what the most powerful leaders, business execs and celebrities keep on their desks? Well, we’re about to tell you. Our biweekly “What’s on My Desk” feature will take a look inside the offices and at the desks of the world’s most influential power players.

This week we’ve featured Alex Wilcox, the CEO of JetSuite, a private jet airline which launched operations in 2009.  In co-founding JetSuite in 2006, Alex brought new technology and unprecedented value to an industry in dire need of it.  JetSuite is a launch customer for the Embraer Phenom 100, an airplane twice as efficient and more comfortable than other jets performing its missions.  Also a founder of JetBlue, Alex was a driving force behind many airline industry changing innovations, including the implementation of LiveTV on board and all leather coach seating.  Alex was also named a Henry Crown Fellow by the Aspen Institute. Here are the items on Alex’s desk.
1.  JetSuite aircraft models (Phenom 100 and Jetsuite Edition CJ3)
2.  Vintage airplane stapler from the Long Beach Airport Flea Market
3.  Photo of Alex with his 9-year old daughter, Grace

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