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Xojet Takes Challenger 300 Deliveries, Reports Strong Demand
Xojet, the private aviation firm that made a splash during the 2007 National Business Aviation Association annual convention with orders and options for up to 110 Bombardier and Citation business jets, has been slowly increasing its fleet, and is now operating 27 jets. The company took delivery of its first 2010 new aircraft — two Bombardier Challenger 300s. The company also plans to take a combination of five more Challenger 300 and 605 aircraft by next January, and four more in 2011.