Fractional ownership aircraft provider NetJets inked a deal Wednesday with a potential value of up to $6.7 billion to buy as many as 120 Bombardier Global jets. Including options, the order is one of the largest, if not the largest, that Bombardier has ever received for its Global family and sets the template for the future NetJets’ large-cabin fleet. NetJets in October jointly with Embraer announced an order for up to 125 Embraer Phenom 300 “Platinum Edition” aircraft, saying the ...

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