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Bombardier delivers 100th Challenger aircraft

Posted 23 September 2019 · Add Comment

Bombardier is celebrating the delivery of the 100th Challenger aircraft to join the NetJets fleet.

 

The 100th Challenger aircraft in NetJets’ fleet is the award-winning Challenger 350 business jet, which continues to lead the way in the super mid-size segment. In addition to reaching 300 deliveries faster than any other jet in the medium and large categories, the Challenger 350 aircraft is the best-selling business jet platform of the last decade and is recognised for its superior performance, reliability and stylish cabin.

“We're very proud of our longstanding relationship with NetJets, who share our desire to create an exceptional flight experience for customers,” said David Coleal, President of Bombardier Aviation. “This addition of a 100th Challenger aircraft to NetJets’ fleet shows how sought-after this aircraft is and why it’s simply the best business jet in its class.”

NetJets currently operates a combined total of 100 Challenger 350 and Challenger 650 aircraft in its fleet. These best-selling aircraft have the lowest direct operating costs in their respective categories due to affordable maintenance programmes and longer maintenance intervals than the competition.

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