The Jet Aviation fleet of managed aircraft in Asia has been given a 60% growth boost with the addition of six new aircraft to the fleet.

The new additions include a Citation CJ3, a Gulfstream G550, a Gulfstream G-IV, a Bombardier Global 5000 and two Global Express aircraft.

"We are very pleased with the growth of our managed fleet in the region," says Iris Riesen, managing director of Jet Aviation's aircraft management and charter division in Hong Kong. "We work diligently to provide our clients the best service possible and these additional contracts will help us continue to meet their expectations," she says.

Jet Aviation established its aircraft management and charter operation in Hong Kong in 2001. It currently has 16 aircraft in its management fleet in Asia. Available services include the full range of aircraft management and flight support services, as well as charter services. In addition, Jet Aviation offers line maintenance, inspections and defect rectifications, and AOG support in Hong Kong.

Source: Flight Daily News