AirSprint has signed an agreement with Textron Aviation to purchase three Cessna Citation CJ3+. The aircraft is in addition to the previously announced CJ3+ joining the AirSprint fleet in November 2021. The three light jets are projected to be delivered throughout 2022, with the first anticipated to arrive in April. With the new additions, its Citation fleet will grow to 16 jets, expanding the entire AirSprint jet collection to 26 aircraft by the end of 2022.
"Across North America, business aviation is seeing record growth," says James Elian, president and CEO of AirSprint. "This is in part down to many travellers looking for an alternative to commercial airline travel. As an industry leader, AirSprint is proud to be part of the solution; the first choice for Canadians who wish to make a move to private jet travel. Our company is growing as is our fleet of exceptional aircraft."
AirSprint is a fractional ownership company, where potential owners choose an aircraft on its books and from there you select an ownership plan and decide how often you believe you will use the service and then the prices for your chosen aircraft will be displayed for you.
"The Citation CJ3+ is a perfect balance of reliability, efficiency and comfort, so it's the natural choice for both business and personal travel," says Steve Sperley, vice president of sales, Textron Aviation.