As promised, NetJets continues to add to its fleet in significant numbers. An analysis by Private Jet Card Comparisons of data published by the world’s largest private jet operator shows it added 45 new private jets since November 2021.
At the same time, the company has updated its sustainability efforts.
NetJets now had 162 Citation Latitudes in the fleet after adding 16. During the same period, its Longitude fleet increased from 21 to 29.
|Aircraft Type||Category||Nov. 2021||July 2022||Change|
|Citation Sovereign||Super Midsize||38||38||0|
|Citation Latitude||Super Midsize||146||162||+16|
|Challenger 350||Super Midsize||83||85||+2|
|Citation Longitude||Super Midsize||21||29||+8|
Two more Challenger 350s joined NetJets’ fleet giving it 85.
The Columbus, Ohio-based seller of fractional shares, leases, and jet cards added four Global 6000s and now has 32. It also took delivery of its first three Global 7500s.
Regarding sustainability, a spokesperson says the company has now offset over 2.7 million tonnes of CO2 and purchased nearly nine million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel.
Additionally, volunteers developed and aligned philanthropic initiatives and sustainability programs with select initiatives and programs from the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Recently, NetJets said it would not resume selling jet cards this year in North America. However, it has instead said it would offer leases beginning at 25 hours per year. The leases have terms of three to five years. Jet card sales in Europe were restarted at the beginning of 2022 with a summer blackout period.
Note: An earlier version misstated the number of Global 6000s in the NetJets fleet as of November 2021.