VistaJet adds Challenger 350s to US based fleet


Swiss private jet operator VistaJet will add 10 Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft to its US based fleet over the course of the next 10 years.

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To promote the entry into the US fleet, VisatJet will take a Challenger 350 on a five day static tour of the US, with stops planned in Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City and San Francisco.

“VistaJet continues to meet above market levels of sustained demand driven by our growing reputation for exceptional aircraft and unrivaled service quality, whilst eliminating for our clients the burden of asset investment,” said founder and chairman of VistaJet Thomas Flohr “This expanded service offering is consistent with our proven strategy of connecting our customers to every corner of the world.”

In the VistaJet configuration, the Challenger 350 can fly for 7.5 hours. It also includes a jump seat for a cabin hostess – something that VistaJet will have on every flight.

The Challenger 350 will join a growing US based fleet of Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft.

VistaJet say that they took delivery of 10 new Bombardier aircraft during the first quarter of 2015.