Skilled technicians are in great demand for China’s business aviation companies.
Chinese business aviation used to suffer from the Singapore Syndrome, says David Dixon, a 22-year veteran of the industry here. Business jet manufacturers, caught in the classic bind of having few local sales and therefore little interest in setting up support facilities that would promote sales, assured their Chinese clients that they could have their aircraft serviced in Singapore. Dixon does not suggest that there is anything wrong with Singapore—except that it is not in China. ...
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