Inside VistaJet’s new Bombardier Global 7500

Global 7500

With a range of 7,700 nautical miles and eight sleeping berths, VistaJet says the Global 7500 is a game-changer

The ultra-long-range private jet retails for $73 million

VistaJet is offering guaranteed availability and fixed rates without ownership via its Program membership

NetJets will introduce its version of the Global 7500 to the fractional market in 2021

Last month VistaJet announced its first Bombardier Global Express is available for customers to charter beginning in January. It also said it may have six in the fleet by the end of 2020 and could add six more by 2021.

The timing gives it at least a year’s headstart over rival NetJets, the largest operator of private jets in the world.

Now VistaJet is releasing more details on cabin configuration, both daytime and for sleeping,

XO is adding quality tiers to its jet card and on-demand charter options; plans to buy more aircraft

XO jet card

XO plans to expand both fixed and dynamic pricing jet memberships to Europe by 2020

With the “heavy lifting” of the XOJET-JetSmarter integration behind it, Vista Global chairman Thomas Flohr tells Private Jet Card Comparisons the company will roll out memberships for its rebranded XO in Europe as early as second quarter 2020.

Additionally, the company is making a major change in how it sells both on-demand private jet charter as well as pricing options for its dynamic pricing jet card membership programs.

VistaJet to launch Bombardier Global 7500 fleet in January

VistaJet

Available to its jet card program members now, VistaJet expects to have six Global 7500s flying by the end of 2020

Vista Global’s VistaJet will put the first of six Bombardier Global 7500 ultra-long-range private jets into service starting in January 2020. Members of its Program, the private jet charter operator’s version of a jet card and alternative to fractional ownership, can start reserving flights as of today. The company has said it has orders and options for as many as 30 of the new jets.

NetJets, Flexjet, and VistaJet: Comparing the large cabin options

NetJets, Flexjet and VistaJet compared

Across fractional ownership, leasing, and jet cards, we look at the leading branded private jet options when you are looking for large-cabin, long-haul solutions (including seat maps)

Updated to include VistaJet’s Global 7500

(Updated Nov. 9, 2019) If you are looking for program access to a branded fleet of large-cabin aircraft and are based in the U.S., the options are somewhat limited, although they include the three of the most prominent fleet operators out there with NetJets, Flexjet and VistaJet.

Also of note is Dumont Group, which expects to have a fleet of around 27 Dassault Falcon 2000 aircraft by early next year. In this report, we give you an overview of the current options from each provider.

VistaJet’s Flohr says the Global 7500 will take share from BBJs and ACJs

Thomas Flohr Vista Global

In an interview with CNBC, he said the new $72 million private jet will be a “game changer”

Flying farther, faster and higher, staying above the weather, Vista Global chairman Thomas Flohr told CNBC yesterday he expects the new Bombardier Global 7500 to be a game changer.

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