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Freestream structures Falcon 7X deal for Planet Nine

Freestream structures Falcon 7X deal for Planet Nine

Freestream, the UK-based aircraft broker, recently completed structured financing for a third Dassault Falcon 7X for US-based operator Planet Nine. Registered as N919NE / MSN 87, the Falcon 7X previously flew in Saudi Arabia. “We are very proud to have

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Seagrim and Walter launch Planet Nine with Falcon 7X fleet

Seagrim and Walter launch Planet Nine with Falcon 7X fleet

James Seagrim and Matt Walter have launched Planet Nine a new on-demand private- jet charter company operating Dassault Falcon 7X. It will start with one aircraft and aims to have four 7Xs by the end of the year. It will

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On planet Nine

On planet Nine

Lots of people have tried to rethink business jet charter. But only a few are brave (or crazy?) enough to buy their own aircraft. But James Seagrim and Matthew Walter are confident about their new venture Planet Nine. By the

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Zetta Jet stopping flying

Zetta Jet stopping flying

Zetta Jet, the Singaporean and US business jet charter company, is stopping operations on November 30. The company filed for Chapter 11 protection in September. It had arranged a $8.5 million loan with one of its lessors and customers to

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Zetta Jet gets $8.5 million to fund restructuring

Zetta Jet gets $8.5 million to fund restructuring

One of Zetta Jet’s lessors and customers will provide up to $8.5 million in loans to help it restructure and exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The loan has been provided by Scout Aviation, a lessor, owned by financier Nathanial Rothschild.

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Zetta Jet shareholders fight over Chapter 11 filing and criminal allegations

Zetta Jet shareholders fight over Chapter 11 filing and criminal allegations

Chapter 11 filings are often complicated, heated affairs. But the shareholders of Zetta Jet, the Singaporean-headquartered US business jet operator, are in open conflict. Lawsuits have been filed in both countries, including one alleging racketeering, fraud and other criminal activities.

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