Bombardier Business Aircraft announced today that Zetta Jet, the fast-growing private jet operator based in Singapore, has exercised options for two Global 6000 ultra-long range business aircraft. Zetta Jet currently operates a fleet consisting exclusively of six aircraft from the Global family. The company’s total aircraft order with Bombardier stands at four firm Global 6000 aircraft with options for two additional business jets, for the same aircraft model.
“The addition of the two Global aircraft to Zetta Jet’s growing fleet reflects the increased demand for high-end, competitive and reliable aircraft in the region,” said Peter Likoray, Senior Vice President, Sales, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “The state-of-the-art Global 6000 business jet delivers unparalleled luxury and comfort together with an impressive transcontinental range capability and is perfectly suited to meet the needs of the world’s most discerning travellers.”
“At Zetta Jet, we are committed to offering our customers the ultimate private jet experience. Not only does the Global 6000 aircraft enhance our leading business aircraft portfolio, it also delivers the perfect combination of comfort, range and performance sought by the international travelling elite who make up our clientele,” said Geoffery Cassidy, Managing Director, Zetta Jet.
Global 6000 aircraft: The Global 6000 business jet offers more cabin volume and more floor space than any other aircraft in its class. Continuously meeting the travel needs of different customers, Bombardier offers Global 6000 customers the option of adding a shower to their aircraft—ensuring they reach their destination rested, refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
No other business jet in the ultra-long-range segment today matches the high-speed range capability and mission flexibility delivered by this aircraft. Offering the ultimate in cabin comfort, this impressive jet can link Shanghai to San Francisco non-stop with eight passengers and four crew*. It can travel 6,000 NM (11,112 km) at M 0.85 with eight passengers* on board.