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Sino Jet named Asia-Pacific’s largest fleet for the second time | Taiwan News

Passenger safety remains the top priority

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – May 7, 2021 – Sino Jet was once again recognized as Asia’s largest business jet operator by Asian Sky Group recently released the 2020 Fleet Report. Sino Jet is the operator with the largest fleet in Asia for the second time in a row, with a fleet of 47 business jets. Despite a dramatic decline in aviation activities caused by the pandemic, Sino Jet has increased the size of its fleet steadily and continues to dominate the business aviation market. Sino Jet has further strengthened its uniformity in terms of fleet composition to specialize in medium and large cabin aircraft, which represent more than 90% of its fleet.

Sino Jet is committed to expanding its range of services by raising the industry benchmark with enhanced groundhandling services and capabilities, as well as the formation of several Fixed Base Operator (FBO) partnerships.

Asian Sky Media Presents 2020 Asia Pacific Business Jet Fleet Report

Sino Jet is headquartered in Beijing and Hong Kong and is complemented by satellite offices in many other cities including Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Macao and Singapore. This strategic network of offices inside and outside of mainland China is the key to success in providing high-level personalized business aircraft services, while accommodating aircraft on different registers. Other specialist services include, but are not limited to, aircraft purchase consulting, aircraft financing, maintenance, air charter, ground handling services, and FBO (air freight operator) services. fixed base). Sino Jet is the first operator to obtain IS-BAO Stage 3 certification, which denotes the highest internationally recognized safety standard.

To tackle the harsh operating environment in 2020 without compromising on safety, Sino Jet has successfully carried out a number of deliveries of large cabin aircraft from overseas through efficient flight planning and the use of international resources. At the same time, Sino Jet has improved its maintenance capabilities to cover the latest aeronautical technologies to ensure minimum maintenance downtime for the commissioning of the most recent types of aircraft.

By the way, the excellent work of Sino Jet during this unprecedented difficult time has increased its word of mouth. By revealing the best sides of business jet travel, especially in terms of saving time, security and confidentiality, Sino Jet has welcomed an increasing number of customers, contributing to a positive development of the aviation industry. business.

Sino Jet named Asia-Pacific's largest fleet for the second time

Sino Jet’s engineering team is certified on many aircraft models

With the addition of the latest aircraft models to its fleet, Sino Jet has a strategically structured fleet composition. Sino Jet is currently the largest operator of large cabin aircraft, namely the Gulfstream G650 (ER), G550, Dassault 8X, 7X, Bombardier 6500, Global 6000, ACJ, BBJ, Embraer Lineage 1000. The scale of the experience and expertise in aircraft management, along with its technical resources, offers an incomparable advantage over its competitors.

One of the goals of the company is the continuous raising of service and quality standards. Sino Jet aims to expand its ground services to deliver a consistent premium travel experience to its customers. Sino Jet launched its first Fixed Base Operator (FBO) at Nanchang Changbei Airport; and he has

also started a joint operation of FBO and MRO business at Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport with Sichuan Province Airport Group. At the same time, Sino Jet has further expanded its footprint by being the first business jet operator to station at the Hainan Free Trade Port. This expansion will reduce operating costs, which will benefit customers in Sanya, Haikou regions, where business aviation is flourishing with increased demand.

Sino Jet named Asia-Pacific's largest fleet for the second time

Sino Jet FBO at Nanchang Changbei International Airport

As the business grows, Sino Jet takes its corporate social responsibilities very seriously and is committed to moving the company forward. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Sino Jet has repeatedly shipped medical equipment and resources by its business jets across mainland China; donates multifunctional mobile medical stations to Hubei local provincial government; provided free ground handling services to support Chinese government flight activities; has participated in industry forums and online events to share his expertise in safety and flight operations and established the Sino Jet Academy to provide corporate flight attendant trainings to talent in grass. These efforts are welcomed by society as well as by industry.

Sino Jet received the highest recognition in 2020 – the world’s first private jet company at the World Travel Awards, which was based on fleet size, customer satisfaction and commitment to corporate social responsibility, etc. .

Looking to the future, Sino Jet aims to continue its development by further improving its operational efficiency, improving safety and service standards and promoting sustainable industrial growth; to be the business aviation operator held with the utmost respect for safety, quality of service, trust and reliability.

About Sino Jet

Sino Jet, founded in 2011, is a business aviation operator, management and charter company and provider of tailor-made travel services. Sino Jet manages and operates approximately 50 business jets in China and around the world. It has been recognized as the best private jet company in the world 2020 in the World Travel Award.

Sino Jet’s approach to safety is continually reassessed and developed with the industry’s best safety and training experts. It is the fastest growing business aviation management company in Greater China, characterized by its industry-leading suite of one-stop business travel solutions. Sino Jet has double headquarters in Beijing and Hong Kong. The company is also growing rapidly in mainland China with bases in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Zhuhai, Chengdu and Singapore, etc.


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