I read somewhere that they had around 100 aircraft, but that was about a 1 1/2 years ago. They have acquired some new aircraft since. The Lear 40 and the Changer 300 (which is sweet). They always keep new A/C coming in and they rarely have any more than 4 years old, so I don't know what the number would be now. I do know they are the second largest fractional only behind Netjets which is huge in the US and in Europe. They have around 350-400 aircraft and are getting larger by the week. Citation Share's is a 3rd one that's growing very quickly, they have around 70-80 aircraft. Not many people get that opportunity, I'll bet you never look at air travel the same again!
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