Wings Magazine

News Business Aviation
AirSprint takes delivery of 7th Cessna Citation CJ3+

December 17, 2021  By Wings Staff

AirSprint now holds a fleet of 22 jets with more scheduled to arrive in 2022. (Photo: AirSprint)

AirSprint Inc. on Dec. 16 announced taking delivery of its seventh Cessna Citation CJ3+ aircraft, which features a new livery.

This delivery brings AirSprint’s Citation fleet to 13 jets and the company’s overall jet count to 22, including nine Embraer Praetor 500/Legacy 450 aircraft.

With offices in Toronto, Montréal and Calgary (home base), AirSprint is a privately held company with the largest fractional fleet of private aircraft in Canada.

The company describes the CJ3+, with seating for up to seven passengers, as holding an optimal combination of range, speed, and efficiency, while also providing AirSprint owners with wireless cabin connection.


“Currently, there is a tremendous demand for flying private across North America. For companies that are looking to transport employees safely and efficiently, a private jet is a great solution,” said Scott Wenz, AirSprint’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “With this new jet joining the fleet and the jets slotted to arrive in 2022, AirSprint is well-positioned to meet the demand head-on.”


Stories continue below