NetJets took delivery of its first Bombardier aircraft, a “Signature Series” Global 6000, marking the beginning of a new fleet of the large cabin class that could include hundreds of Global and Challenger aircraft. The aircraft will help expand NetJets’ fleet, and also replace Gulfstreams and Dassault business jets that have traditionally filled the large-cabin role. With the delivery, Bombardier officially joins the NetJets fleet. While NetJets operated Learjets early on, Bombardier ...


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