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Thursday
Apr132017

Jet Aviation Adds Three Business Jets to Management Fleet in Asia

Jet Aviation has signed three new aircraft management agreements in Asia in the past six months. These include a Global 6000 and two Gulfstream G650, all of which are based in Hong Kong. The company currently manages 33 aircraft in Asia.

Jet Aviation’s aircraft management in Asia now stands at 33 aircraft, including seven Gulfstream G650, nine G550, six G450 and two G200; one Bombardier Global Express, three Global 6000, two Global 5000 and a Challenger 605; a Dassault Falcon 900LX and a Falcon 7x.

“We are steadily growing our aircraft management fleet in Asia as business jets are regularly being exchanged and added to the market,” says Daniel Helfenstein, director of key accounts and deputy managing director of the company’s aircraft management operation in Hong Kong.

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