Fractional business jet operator NetJets has placed orders for up to 425 new aircraft from Bombardier and Cessna.
Bombardier has announced that NetJets has placed a firm order for 75 Challenger 300s which will be delivered from 2014, and 25 Challenger 605s which will be delivered from 2015. NetJets has also taken options on a further 125 Challenger 300s and 50 Challenger 605s.
The operator has also ordered 25 Citation Lattitude aircraft and 125 options. Deliveries of the Lattitudes will start from 2016.
NetJets is a subsidiary of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway, and operates in North America and Europe.
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