The mere mention of Japan to those involved in business aviation results in a sigh, a roll of the eyes and a shrug of the shoulder. The world’s second largest economy is a beacon of innovation that produces marquee brands like Sony and
Yet its restrictive policies have resulted in it having only 60-odd business aircraft – in contrast, the
Unlike other Asian countries, poor infrastructure or high fees do not plague
There is pent-up demand for business aircraft in
While these countries face numerous challenges to build and develop infrastructure, their governments are working diligently to accommodate their business aviation industries – which, as a result, are thriving.