A new FBO facility that aims to become the gateway to Australasia will open soon in Melbourne later this year.
Hong Kong-based Jet Fuel International, wants to fill your business jet. The Asia-regional contract jet fuel supplier most recently signed up the Air France—KLM Group for alternative fuel supply at Macau International Airport.
Fokker Techniek of the Netherlands will carry out the world’s first VIP completion of an Airbus ACJ319neo after its selection by long-term customer German charter operator K5 Aviation. Completion starts in May 2019, with delivery scheduled for the beginning of 2020.
Shenzhen-based Amber Aviation has been appointed exclusive distributor in Asia for the U.S.-produced AeroChair, which enables mobility-impaired passengers to get in and out of aircraft with being lifted by aircrew or FBO staff.
Universal Aviation Singapore, based at Seletar Airport, has earned accreditation under the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling program.
Japan is working hard to raise the priority of business aviation, making major and regional airports easier for business jets to use.
ExecuJet is the first fixed base operator in Australia to achieve the International Standard for Business Aviation Handling (IS-BAH) Stage I accreditation. Both its Sydney and Melbourne FBOs have qualified for the distinction.
Attitudes in Asia towards pre-owned aircraft have changed to the extent that for the first time more used aircraft entered Greater China last year than new ones.
Growth is the keyword at ExecuJet Haite Aviation Services China, which carries out aircraft maintenance from a large purpose-built hangar at Tianjin Binhai International Airport.
Bombardier sees a range increase that it has just added to its forthcoming Global 7000 business jet as particularly applicable to the Chinese market, enabling the big aircraft to fly non-stop from Hong Kong to New York.