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AirSprint ups fleet numbers plus fractional owner count
AirSprint has taken delivery of its 35th and 36th aircraft, a Cessna Citation CJ3+ and a Praetor 500. It has also welcomed its 500th fractional owner.
The Praetor 500 will serve AirSprint's Canadian fractional community.
Read this story in our January 2024 printed issue.

AirSprint has accepted its 15th Cessna Citation CJ3+ and its 15th Embraer aircraft, a Praetor 500, and now operates a fleet of 36 aircraft serving an exclusive community of over 500 fractional owners in Canada.

"As AirSprint continues to experience remarkable growth, we are delighted to announce these additions to our expanding fleet. This milestone reflects our commitment to meeting our fractional owners' evolving needs and reinforces AirSprint's position as a leader in Canada's private aviation industry," says Scott Wenz, CGO and vice president of sales and marketing.

"Today we have 36 aircraft in our fleet, which marks a remarkable six additions in 2023," adds president and CEO James Elian. "We look forward to the continued growth and further innovation that awaits us in 2024."

The Cessna Citation CJ3+ aircraft is essential to the AirSprint fleet, which performs remarkably from an operational standpoint. It has light-jet efficiency and flexibility combined with mid-size jet performance, range and comfort, and this latest addition enhances the company's ability to offer a range of options to meet the travel preferences of its owners.

The Embraer Praetor 500 is a remarkable corner-to-corner, transcontinental aircraft that can quickly and efficiently span North America. Features include a spacious cabin, cutting-edge avionics and best-in-class cabin altitude.

AirSprint has also surpassed the 500 fractional owner milestone, which reflects the trust and confidence that its fractional owners place in the company.

"We are very grateful for the loyalty of our fractional owners who have chosen AirSprint for their private aviation needs. Our focus remains on providing an unmatched level of service, and this milestone only strengthens our resolve to continue elevating what Canadians can expect," says vice president of operations and COO Jared Williams.

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