Lufthansa released further details about its plans to operate its own private jet service beginning this year to replace the agreement it had with NetJets to provide the service. First announced three months ago (ATWOnline, Dec. 10, 2007), Lufthansa Private Jet will feature nine aircraft from Bombardier and Cessna with the first, a six-seat Citation CJ3, due for delivery this month and the remainder coming onboard "in the following months." The LPJ fleet will comprise two CJ3s, three ...

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