Bombardier has rolled out its first NetJets-bound aircraft from its assembly line in Toronto. The aircraft — a Global 6000 — will be flown to Bombardier's Global Completion Center in Dorval, Quebec for completion. The Global 6000 is part of a 50-aircraft deal that Bombardier announced with the fractional ownership provider in March 2011. NetJets ordered 30 Global 5000 and 6000 aircraft and 20 more of the new Global 7000 and 8000 jets that are still in development. Deliveries of the Global ...
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