NetJets places record order, but economic headwinds could crimp bizjet recovery
It is, without a doubt, a big win for an industry that has been waiting a long time for good news. In the largest business-jet order ever tendered, NetJets agreed to buy up to 425 new business jets from Bombardier and Cessna as part of a 10-year plan to overhaul its fleet. The value of the deals would reach $9.6 billion, if the world's largest fractional ownership operator exercises all of its options for Bombardier Challenger 300 series and 605s and Cessna Citation Latitudes. Cameron ...
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