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Automotive dealership brings in second Learjet 75
Holand Automotive Group is growing its North American footprint with the arrival of a uniquely appointed, eight passenger Learjet 75 aircraft, available for charter out of Montreal.
The Learjet 75 is a reliable transport for Holand's travelling executives.
Read this story in our February 2020 printed issue.

Canada-based leasing firm Holand Automotive Group has taken delivery of a fully equipped Learjet 75 aircraft from Bombardier. The group, which already owns and operates another Learjet 75, will make this newest aircraft available for charter out of Montreal.

Holand owns and operates various dealerships including Holand Leasing, Omega Leasing Canada, Rolls-Royce Motors Cars Quebec, Karma Montreal, BMW-Mini Ville de Québec and BMW-Lévis, as well as Karma and Lamborghini of Palm Beach in south Florida. It also recently acquired Maserati dealerships in Montreal and Laval.

“There is simply no light jet in the world that performs like the Learjet 75 aircraft,” says president and CEO Gad Bitton. “This reliable aircraft platform is available whenever it's needed, taking our executives quickly and efficiently to various locations, maximising productivity. We are very pleased to be purchasing our second Learjet 75 aircraft in two years.”

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