- How many new jets NetJets will have by 2022
- What NetJets will be showcasing at the NBAA BACE Convention
NetJets arrives at NBAA amid record demand that led NetJets to temporarily “pause” sales of shares and leases for the Embraer Phenom 300 and Cessna Citation XLS light jets as well as all jet cards. “This year we’re taking more than 50 [new jets] and more than 60 in 2022,” said NetJets president of sales, marketing, and service Patrick Gallagher.
The new jets, some $2.5 billion worth, will include the Bombardier Global 7500, joining the fleet this year, and the Global 5500 next year. Otherwise, the mix will reflect the ratios of its current fleet of more than 10 Bombardier, Cessna Citation, Embraer, and Gulfstream models, spanning the light to ultra-long-range categories.
At its Las Vegas Convention Center exhibit (Booth 1471), NetJets is showcasing its own programs and those of its associated Berkshire Hathaway-owned brands, including aircraft management and charter powerhouse Executive Jet Management and aircraft transactions brokerage QS Partners.