Asian private aviation provider Sino Jet has been identified as the region’s largest and fastest-growing business jet operator, according to Asian Sky Group’s recently released 2019 Asia Business Jet Fleet Report. The company, which was founded in 2011, rose to the top position having added seven jets to its managed fleet last year, giving it a total of 45, the majority consisting of ultra-long-range aircraft such as Boeing BBJs and Gulfstream G650s. More than half of the fleet is internationally registered, while 42 percent are based in China.
“What enables Sino Jet to differentiate is that we understand the needs of Chinese and global clients and we can navigate challenges with airports and cities having ever-changing policies,” the Beijing and Hong Kong-based company noted. “Our brand strengthened as we evidenced our ability to manage a highly diverse fleet while ensuring ease of travel in and out of China.”
The company continued its growth despite the downturn faced by the industry. “Challenges due to Covid-19 have been felt throughout the business aviation industry, however growth can still be achieved if we focus on the value we can add,” said the company, which in 2018 became the first Asian operator to achieve Stage 3 IS-BAO registration. “We are always open to new ideas from our global team to provide a unique customer relationship management experience.”