JSSI enrolls VistaJet’s Challenger 350s

Terry Spruce

JSSI and VistaJet have agreed to a new Challenger 350 fleet deal.

An agreement was reached between the two companies to enroll their fleet of Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft onto JSSI’s Platinum Engine and APU hourly cost maintenance programme.

VistaJet’s Bombardier Challenger 350 order for 20 firm and 20 additional options was placed in June 2013. The transaction was valued at more than $1.035 billion, with deliveries beginning last month.

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The deal that was reached between the two companies at EBACE 2013 included VistaJet’s fleet order of 50 Bombardier Global 5000 and 6000 business jets.

Nick van der Meer, Accountable Manager for VistaJet says: “The entire JSSI organisation puts their customers first and approaches business with a level of friendliness and a can-do attitude that is rarely seen. They have delivered fantastic results across the board with our Global 6000, Global 5000 and Challenger 850 engines and APUs already enrolled in their Platinum programme, bringing tremendous value to our internal maintenance, tracking and cost planning. We look forward to the same great service for our Challenger 350 aircraft fleet.”

Neil Book, president and chief executive officer for JSSI says: “We are appreciative and humbled by the faith and confidence that VistaJet has placed in us. As we continue to expand our alliance across VistaJet’s fleet of aircraft, we want to take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to providing a level of service that consistently meets and exceeds their high expectations.
VistaJet delivers a flying experience that is second to none in business aviation. We embrace this new opportunity and will work to deliver that same level of service.

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