SHANGHAI – Import taxes and the rising number of Chinese tourists in the U.S. are behind Deer Jet’s decision, announced in November, to move seven of its owned aircraft to the management of Houston-based Starbase Jet. Four aircraft have now been transferred to the U.S. and one has been refurbished, says Deer Jet Vice President Zhang Peng. The aircraft are all more than 10 years old, which means that their consumption of spare parts is relatively high, says Zhang, speaking at ...
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