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NetJets' Signature Series CL350 due next year
NetJets Europe is to take delivery of a Signature Series Challenger 350 aircraft, which will join its European fleet in mid-2015 after ferrying from NetJets US. Additional aircraft on order are scheduled to arrive over the next few years.
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NetJets Europe is to take delivery of a Signature Series Challenger 350 aircraft, which will join its European fleet in mid-2015 after ferrying from NetJets US. Additional aircraft on order are scheduled to arrive over the next few years.

Marine Eugene-Beveridge, head of sales at NetJets Europe, says: “We are delighted that we will be receiving the Signature Series 350 in Europe. The aircraft seats nine passengers and is ideal for our European customers. It can reach not only across the continent, but allows access from London to farther afield destinations such as Tel Aviv and Lagos.”

NetJets worked closely with Bombardier to build the Signature Series Challenger to its customers' specifications, from the custom cabin interior to the specific technical and performance characteristics. The aircraft will offer customers greater cabin comfort, larger windows and an advanced wireless entertainment system. It is equipped with state-of-the-art avionics and delivers an increased wingspan, improved engine and efficiency features. It has a range of 3,786 nm and at least seven hours' flying time.

Concludes Eugene-Beveridge: “The rejuvenated fleet was designed and planned based on what is important to our customers, and the success of the initial launch suggests that we delivered on this and that they have confidence in their investment.”

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