Delta adds new jets to fleet

Delta Private Jets announced this week that it has added five new planes to its fleet in the light, midsize and super-midsize jet categories.

The company has added a Cessna Citation CJ3+, a Cessna Citation XLS, a Citation Excel, a Bombadier Learjet 45XR and a Citation Sovereign+.

Along with the new jets Delta Private Jets is adding to its senior leadership team.

Delta Private Jets, a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), has grown at its operations at the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport in recent years.

Delta Private Jets operates several core businesses, including a private jet company with chartered flights on light jets, mid-size jets and large cabin jets, a FBO at CVG away from the terminals from where commercial jets operate and a 40,000-square-foot technical services center where Delta Private Jets repairs its own jets and those of other companies.

Delta Private Jets also offers management services to owners of private aircraft.

“We’re committed to continuously updating our fleet to ensure our clients have luxurious, safe and convenient private jet travel at their fingertips,” said COO David Sneed.