Hongkong Jet Unveils Latest Additions to Fleet

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 10 February 2012

Hongkong Jet has unveiled the latest additions to its fast-growing fleet of aircraft following the awarding of its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) by the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (HKCAD) in November 2011.

Five large cabin aircraft have just been signed under the companys wing, joining the existing fleet of six aircraft which includes Gulfstream, Bombardier and Boeing aircraft that Hongkong Jet already operates.

Of these, a brand-new Gulfstream G550 and Gulfstream G-IV are dedicated to charter services in the region.

Chris Buchholz, CEO of Hongkong Jet, said, We are delighted to close the deals on the five large cabin aircraft in addition to the current fleet under our management service. Our rapid expansion is expected to continue. In order to deliver the superior level of service our customers expect and to continue to grow the business, Hongkong Jet has put together one of the best teams in the industry for flight operations, safety, cabin service, flight dispatch and maintenance as well as sales and marketing.

As an ultra-long-haul and large cabin aircraft operator of choice, Hongkong Jet provides customers with unrivaled personalized service and convenience in managing their aircraft coupled with a strong cost-management system, Buchholz added.

Because we own long haul business jets ourselves, we think as an owner. Instead of simply passing third-party costs onto the owner without due diligence, we have highly effective cost-management processes which ensure the aircraft owner can make the most of their ownership experience. Our cutting-edge advantage of having both a Hong Kong AOC and a Mainland China AOC offers customers great flexibility in operating aircraft under their preferred registration in various jurisdictions, and the USD, HKD and RMB invoicing options simplify the payment process, Buchholz said.

Hongkong Jet, with the backing of parent company HNA Group, one of Mainland Chinas largest business jet operator groups, combines the best of East and West and is well placed to help clients capitalize on a fast-changing Asian region and get the most from their aircraft ownership.

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