After a four-year hiatus, the world’s largest private jet operator is back. NetJets is making an investment in Shenzhen-based Amber Aviation in a deal that includes a wide-ranging commercial alliance.
In an increasingly global world, the agreement fills a glaring hole in the Berkshire Hathaway-owned operator’s network – China.
“NetJets has been working on China for years, but their timing could be good now. Owning a jet in China has become less popular under President Xi, and the Chinese fleet has lost a lot of aircraft this year. One of the great advantages of fractional ownership is anonymity. The Amber fleet is also great for NetJets’ customers visiting
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