While the sale of a used Cessna Citation would seem a routine occurrence in today's booming preowned aircraft market, the listing of a 1988 Model SII last fall had the broker community abuzz with speculation. This particular SII, it seems, has a whopping 8,800 hours on its Hobbs Meter-more than twice the usual time for a nine-year-old Citation airframe-and a $2.5-million price tag. The seller? The huge NetJets fractional ownership operation run by charter/management pioneer Executive ...
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