Despite skeptics, VistaJet's Thomas Flohr insists the company is for real
The story clearly seems too good to be true. A small, privately owned business jet operator places the biggest-ever order for large corporate jets and conquers the market with its not-so-unusual business model, while others complain about the continuing crisis in European business aviation. It is the story of Thomas Flohr, 52, and VistaJet. Flohr, who is still the sole owner of the company, last year placed an order for 142 Bombardier Globals, 56 of which are firm. A commitment on that ...
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