Jet Aviation has added 12 new aircraft to its global aircraft management fleet so far this year, the company said. That includes five aircraft in Europe, the Middle East, Africa ( EMEA), and Asia and seven in the U.S. The additions stem from a significant increase in demand for aircraft management and flight support services. “As demand for larger, long-range aircraft intensifies, aircraft owners and operators are increasingly looking for aircraft management companies that support the ...


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