Bombardier Business Aircraft and VistaJet announced today the expansion of VistaJet’s in-service fleet to 50 aircraft comprised exclusively of Bombardier business jets. This key milestone will be achieved within this month of June when the company takes delivery of a Global 6000 aircraft.
VistaJet, the leading global business aviation company, opened its North American Headquarters for Sales and Marketing in New York City’s vibrant Soho district on November third 2014. The VistaJet US executive team is in place and ready for business.
VistaJet is on track with its worldwide expansion adding five Bombardier Global aircraft, valued at over US $250 million, to its fleet in the first quarter 2014. VistaJet will also take delivery of up to 10 new Challenger 350 and up to 10 Challenger 605 jets in 2014.
In 2014 VistaJet celebrates its 10th anniversary, an important company milestone that we will highlight with various activities throughout the year. Our first event took place at the Arts Club in London on January 28th, with the launch of ‘VistaJet – The Illustrated Story’ book. Brilliantly illustrated by renowned artist Jean-Philippe Delhomme, with text by copywriter Simona Rabinovitch.
Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) and VistaJet International announced today the enrollment of the first of 50 Global aircraft on the JSSI Program, providing hourly cost maintenance coverage for the Rolls-Royce BR710 Engines and the Honeywell APU. This marks the beginning of their historic agreement, announced on May 21, 2013.
VistaJet, the world’s leading Global business aviation company, today announced a transaction with Bombardier Aerospace for 40 Challenger* 350* jets, consisting of 20 firm orders and 20 options with a 2013 list price of $1.035 billion US. The new Challenger 350 jets will join the VistaJet fleet in mid-2014.
VistaJet International and Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) announced today they have agreed to a record-setting enrollment of 50 Bombardier* Global 5000* and Global 6000* aircraft onto JSSI’s Platinum Engine and APU hourly cost maintenance programs. The long-term agreement is valued at over $205 million US based on JSSI 2013 list prices.