Aviation

June 11, 2012 5:00 AM

NetJets will buy $9.6 billion in new planes from Cessna, Bombardier

NetJets has signed what it says is the largest private aviation order in history: up to 425 new planes from Cessna Aircraft and Bombardier valued at $9.6 billion in list prices.

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