U.S. Demand Has Remained Strong, NetJets CEO Says

Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Jordan Hansell, chief executive officer of NetJets, the aviation business of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc., talks about its newest contracts with planemakers, the U.S. economy and strategy. The fractional-jet company, whose clients take a stake in planes in exchange for flight hours, struck deals since 2010 to buy as many as 670 aircraft from Bombardier Inc., Textron Inc.’s Cessna unit and Embraer SA. Hansell speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
How Will Conservative Legislation Affect Luxury Business?
29:56 - Thomas Flohr, the Chairman and Founder of the high-end private plane operator, VistaJet looks at how measures due to be laid out on Wednesday in the Queen's speech will affect the rich and the luxury businesses they support.
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