Directional Aviation Capital completed its acquisition of Dallas-based fractional ownership provider Flexjet from Bombardier for about $195 million and an agreement to buy up to $5.6 billion in Bombardier business jets. The deal closed a little less than three months after the companies announced plans for Bombardier to sell its homegrown fractional ownership business. The final purchase price was a little higher than the originally announced $185 million, an adjustment that ...
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