The Bermuda Aircraft Registry (Booth C502) is expanding its expertise in Asia with the recent hiring of Jason Zhang as operations manager and designated airworthiness inspector for the Asia-Pacific region.
The Bermuda Aircraft Registry now has more than 880 registered aircraft, and it is managed by the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA). Regional BCAA offices provide support to customers around the world, with services provided by experts such as Zhang, who is a licensed and type-rated aircraft engineer and has more than 13 years experience in commercial and business aviation.
Zhang, who holds a bachelor of science degree in aircraft maintenance from Shanghai University of Engineering Science, previously worked for Meridian Jet and Sparkle Roll Jet. Duties included running general operations, MRO and continuing airworthiness management organization operation, and maintenance cost planning and control.
“Hiring an operations manager and designated airworthiness inspector based in Shanghai is part of an overall effort to ensure that we are putting our clients at the center of everything we do,” said BCAA director general Thomas Dunstan.