Business aviation services company Jet Aviation expects to begin managing aircraft in China in 2012, relying on its experience, reputation and a wide global network to set it apart from local competitors. The expansion of Jet Aviation into China is part of a larger Asia-Pacific push by parent General Dynamics, says David Paddock, senior vice president for business development and strategic planning at the aviation services company. It is also a reaction to the growth in business ...

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