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Bombardier secures US$318M order for four business jets

Zetta Jet doubles down on Bombardier's Global aircraft with new order

December 15, 2015   by Canadian Staff

The Bombardier Global 6000 business jet is well suited to defence applications. PHOTO: Bombardier

Bombardier says its Global 6000 business jet offers exceptional long-range performance and superior reliability. PHOTO: Bombardier

MONTREAL—Bombardier’s Business Aircraft division has secured an order for four of its ultra-long range Global 6000 aircraft.

California-based Zetta Jet will purchase the four planes, basing them at the company’s Asian hub in Singapore. The deal will be valued at approximately $318 million if all options are exercised, and adds to the airline’s fleet of Bombardier aircraft, which already includes four Global-series planes.

“We’re thrilled that Zetta Jet has chosen the Global 6000 aircraft to expand its growing fleet of business jets,” Peter Likoray, senior vice-president of sales at the Montreal-based company’s Business Aircraft division, said. “With its exceptional long-range performance and superior reliability, the Global 6000 aircraft is perfectly suited to meet the needs of the world’s most discerning travellers.”


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