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Blackberry To Sell Off Its Business Jet Fleet As Its Own Buyout Starts

Excerpt from CorporateJetInvestor

Oct 05, 2013 5:00 am

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The Bombardier Global 5000 4X-COI plane, of the type that Blackberry bought in July this year. Juergen Lehle / albspotter.eu


Blackberry plans to sell a Bombardier Global Express aircraft acquired as recently as July 2013, along with two medium-range Dalcon Falcon business jets purchased “several years ago.”

After selling one last year, the Wall Street Journal revealed..it..had bought a pre-owned Bombardier Global Express, worth around $25 million, in July. “Earlier this year the company decided to sell both [Dassault Falcon business jets] and replace them with one longer-range aircraft,” said Blackberry spokesman Adam Emery.

The listing to sell the planes, tweeted out by the broker:

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