Jet Aviation has finalized its integration with FBO/MRO chain Hawker Pacific, which it acquired in 2018. As a broader part of this effort, the company has also introduced a new logo and revamped its website following a year of gathering feedback from customers and employees. Jet Aviation and sister company Gulfstream Aerospace make up the aerospace division at parent General Dynamics.
All of the former Hawker Pacific locations are now Jet Aviation branded with the exception of the joint-venture Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Centre, which will retain its existing name. That joint-venture operates a large FBO/MRO at the city’s Hongqiao International Airport, as well as a smaller passenger facility at nearby Pudong International Airport.
The Zurich-based company’s new logo—which represents an airplane’s vertical stabilizer as well as a stylized J and A—reflects the “simple, understated elegance of a single-solution service offering, while ensuring that the company’s employees…are front and center,” the global service provider noted.
Also recently announced was a new FBO service agreement with European aircraft and charter management provider FlyingGroup for the handling of its fleet throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.