NetJets, the private aviation company, has taken delivery of its 100th aircraft as part of its European fleet.
This latest milestone is part of the company’s €2.2 billion global investment program.
Christian Luwisch, executive director of NetJets Europe, said: “NetJets is proud of its unwavering commitment to safety, service, and unmatched global access. This landmark achievement is a testament to all at NetJets continuing to deliver exceptional service and access to our owners.”
NetJets describes the Cessna Citation Latitude, which is equipped with onboard WiFi and an inflight entertainment system customised for the company, as “the perfect aircraft for business or pleasure.”
The company now has a worldwide fleet of more than 800 aircraft.
Earlier this year, NetJets announced a deal to purchase up to 150 electric aircraft after signing a memorandum of understanding with Lilium.
No other details were made immediately available about the trip slated for June 1.
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G Adventures has seen the departure of its 100th escorted tour since its operations restarted in September.
The trips it has been running are for holidaymakers who are able to travel, between countries where travel is possible.
The 100th trip departed on April 2, in Costa Rica – one of 11 countries the small-group adventure operator has been able to feature since September.
For travellers currently unable to travel due to government regulations, G Adventures is offering an incentive to ‘book now for travel later’ with 15% off select Classic trips and 15% off the ‘My Own Room’ option for travellers looking for more personal space.
The discounts are available for bookings made during April, 2021, for trips departing up until June 30, 2022.
The trips which have run since September have G Adventures’ ‘Travel with Confidence’ policy, which aims to protect travellers, staff and people in local communities.
Bruce Poon Tip, founder of G Adventures, said: “Travelling during the pandemic is a personal choice and we have gone to great lengths to ensure that travellers who have the desire and ability to explore can do so safely and responsibly.
“To also make sure that local communities are protected we’ve had ongoing dialogue with our partners and projects on the ground to gauge their willingness and readiness to welcome travellers, so all parties can enjoy meaningful and safe connections and experiences.”
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