Jet Aviation continues to expand its global aircraft management fleetMay 22, 2014
Jet Aviation continues to earn the trust of aircraft owners and operators as it expands its global aircraft management fleet. In recent months, the company has added eight new aircraft to its global managed fleet, including its fifth new Gulfstream G650.
Jet Aviation has signed eight new global aircraft management agreements this year and now manages more than 250 aircraft from its four strategically located flight operation centers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Hong Kong; Teterboro, N.J.; and Zurich.
The growth of Jet Aviation’s global managed fleet has been particularly strong in Asia, which now includes 30 aircraft compared to three just five years ago. In the U.S., the company has recently added two Challengers and a Bombardier Global 5000 to its managed fleet.
“Customers value our professional expertise and appreciate our global network and scale,” says Jürg Reuthinger, senior vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Business Jets, the company’s aircraft management and charter business in EMEA & Asia. “We continually strive to uphold the highest standards, which is a commitment our customers have come to trust.”