Boeing Business Jets have sold the first BBJ MAX 9

The BBJ MAX 9 sale marks the fifth BBJ MAX order. Boeing has previously booked four orders for the BBJ MAX 8 model. Boeing Business Jets offers a wide variety of ultra-large-cabin, long range airplanes perfectly suited for the private jet market. The product line includes the BBJ and BBJ MAX family as well as Boeing widebody airplanes including the BBJ 787, 777, and 747-8.

Bombardier delivered first Learjet 75 aircraft to Poland

Bombardier has delivered its first Learjet 75 aircraft to an undisclosed customer in Poland following certification by the authorities of the country’s Civil Aviation Authority. The Learjet 75 aircraft offers improved comfort and styling of the seats, a cabin management system featuring individual touchscreen monitors with full audio and video control.

Gulfstream G650ER circumnavigates the globe in one stop

Gulfstream G650ER recently set two city-pair records while flying around the world in one stop. The Gulfstream G650ER took off from White Plains, New York, with three passengers and four crew members on board. It flew 6,939 nautical miles/12,851 kilometers eastbound to Beijing at an average speed of Mach 0.87 for a total flight time of 13 hours and 20 minutes.

Qatar Executive adds Premium One Airbus A319 to its fleet

Qatar Airways corporate jet fleet, Qatar Executive, will add an all-Premium Class Airbus A319 to its growing jet fleet. The Premium One A319 will be available for charter starting 17 February through the Qatar Executive.

The Airbus A319 can be booked to destinations around the globe with completely customised schedules, allowing for more flexibility and the option to reach remote or multiple locations in the shortest amount of time in ultimate comfort. Passengers are offered an exclusive private jet experience, award-winning service, spacious and bespoke cabins, and world-class cuisine.

NetJets Europe operates from the London City Airport with Phenom 300

NetJets Europe announced it has successfully obtained certification to operate its Signature Series Phenom 300 light aircraft at London City Airport. Over 53 percent of NetJets’ European customer base comes from the London finance sector – with private equity and hedge fund management seeing the most growth over the past twelve months.