UAL Corp.'s Avolar business jet subsidiary yesterday boosted its order book by an additional 82 aircraft worth an estimated $780 million and declared itself ready to sign deals with fractional customers. "Now we're in a position where we completed our fleet and are ready to go," said CEO Stuart Oran yesterday at the NBAA annual convention in New Orleans. UAL placed firm orders for 25 Bombardier Learjet 45s and Learjet 60s with options for an additional 32 aircraft. Deliveries ...
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