Swiss-based Global Jet is building up its presence in Asia with five aircraft in its fleet in the region and an air operator certificate (AOC) in hand in China. “We no longer are a European company working with Greater China,” says David Mezenen, chief representative for Global Jet in Greater China. “We can now claim with pride that we are a China-based operator.” Global Jet entered the Chinese market in 2006 and says it has taken time to build a charter, management, ...
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