NetJets expands European fleet amid record-breaking demand


NetJets has announced the addition of the Challenger 650 aircraft to its European fleet.

The global NetJets fleet now boasts more than 760 aircraft, signifying its commitment to enhanced customer experience.

The news comes as NetJets recently announced a US$1.2 billion investment with Embraer for the purchase of 100 Phenom 300E aircraft, furthering the expansion of the global NetJets fleet. The expansion comes off the heels of unprecedented demand, for which interest does not appear to be slowing.

“We’re thrilled to be expanding our European fleet, adding one of our most requested aircraft to our growing portfolio. For the past 57 years, NetJets has prioritised offering the best possible experience to our Owners and this addition showcases our commitment to ensuring we deliver on that promise,” said Christian Luwisch, executive director, NetJets Europe.

Featuring a cabin that is the same width as NetJets’ flagship Global 6000 aircraft, this world-class private jet seats up to 11 passengers with state-of-the-art cabin space, enough to host business meetings or simply relax. The aircraft also offers Ka-band high-speed satellite WiFi and wireless entertainment.

The delivery of the Challenger 650 will take place in the course of 2022 and NetJets will host a roadshow across Europe to welcome the aircraft to the wider fleet. The leading aviation company has plans for the delivery of other aircraft through to the end of 2022. For more information, please visit

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