Bombardier’s Flexjet fractional operation is planning modest growth in its fleet with new Learjets coming online and possible additional Challenger 605s, but plans to celebrate the anchor of its fleet – the Challenger 300 – even as competitive pressures grow within the market with that model. Flexjet rival NetJets in June announced a firm order for 100 Challengers (75 300s and 25 605s), pitting it directly against Bombardier’s Dallas-based Flexjet. This gave rise to rumors about ...

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