JET AVIATION strengthened its presence in Asia with the addition of three aircraft to its management fleet and the opening of a new fixed-base operation building in Beijing. Jet Aviation added two Bombardier Challengers – a CL604 and CL605 – and an Embraer Legacy to the management fleet in Asia. Based in Hong Kong and Bangkok, the aircraft increase Jet Aviation’s managed fleet in Asia to 10. Jet Aviation will fully manage the Challengers and operate the Legacy under a flight support ...
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