Netjets, the global leader in private aviation, has reached a milestone in that its European fleet now counts 100 aircraft.
A 2.2bn investment
With an investment of €2.2bn, Netjet plans to expand its fleet by up to 130 aircraft by the end of 2022.
The fleet expansion further position Netjets at the forefront of the private aviation industry, as it continues to grow the largest fleet of private jets in the world.
Netjets executive director, Christian Luwisch, commented on the occasion:
“I am thrilled to be celebrating the further expansion of our European fleet with this latest aircraft delivery. Netjets is proud of its unwavering commitment to safety, service, and unmatched global access. This landmark achievement is a testament to all at Netjets continuing to deliver exceptional service and access to our Owners.”
The new addition
The newest metal to join the Netjets fleet is the Cessna Citation Latitude, a midsized jet, whose design is based on comfort and agility, two characteristics that make the aircraft perfect for both business and pleasure purposes.
The aircraft features state-of-the-art onboard technology, including the Inmarsat’s Swift Broadband, a satellite-based Wi-Fi system that can be accessed from across the globe. Furthermore, the Latitude also offers an In-Flight entertainment system designed by GoGo.
The new Latitude plane is now part of a worldwide fleet of more than 800 aircraft.
Netjets has been in the industry for over 60 years, constantly offering high levels of service and safety.
NetJets’ parent company is Executive Jet Airways, which encompasses Netjets, Executive Jet Management, QS Partners, and QS Security. Amongst the services offered, one can find shared ownership, lease and jet card options, aircraft management, private jet chartering, brokerage and acquisition services, and specialised security services.
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