Delta Private Jets, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), has added 5 new aircraft to its fleet in the light, midsize, and super midsize jet categories, the company said.
In the light jet category, Delta Private Jets added a brand new Cessna Citation CJ3+. Based in Las Vegas, this aircraft provides efficient positioning for customers in the west.
To expand its lineup in the midsize jet category, the company has added the 8 passenger Cessna Citation XLS, which will serve in the company´s floating fleet. It also added a Citation Excel to it midsize jet floating fleet. A Bombardier Learjet 45XR, which will be based in Miami-Opa Locka, Florida, will also be added to the fleet.
For longer-haul travel, Delta Private Jets will add a Citation SovereignÂ± to its super midsize fleet. The jet can comfortably seat eight passengers in a standard configuration, and has full sleeping capacity for four.
Each new aircraft was onboarded through the Delta Private Jets Aircraft Management department, which focuses on assisting aircraft owners with options matching their specific goals, including revenue-generating opportunities and comprehensive aircraft management solutions.
Delta Private Jets provides aircraft charter services, aircraft management, and its Delta Private Jets Card. The company also operates a fixed base operation) at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, as well as a comprehensive maintenance, repair and overhaul facility. The company has more than 70 Wi-Fi equipped aircraft in its fleet.