AsBAA to hold first Asian business aviation awards

CJI Team

The Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) will hold its first industry awards ceremony later in the year.

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The awards will be part of the associations gala dinner, held at Hullett House in Hong Kong.

Awards up for grabs on the night include best manufacturer, best operator / management company, best business Support Services, Woman of the Year, and the Michael Davies Award (for the Man of the Year).

“We’re looking forward to gauging industry opinion on the leaders in these areas. Our team is creating an online voting platform through which attendees can vote in advance of the event” said Kevin Wu, Vice-Chairman. “The results will be announced on the evening and will be based purely on votes and merit. I’m sure this will make for an interesting evening for all involved”.

“We mentioned earlier this month following the CJI conference in Singapore that we are committed to engaging with our members. We’re also committed to growing our membership which in turn will increase our influence and ability to tackle of the issues the industry is facing in Asia” said Charlie Mularski, AsBAA chairman. “It’s vital that AsBAA is working to make headway on our initiatives relating to regulatory reform and the student chapter, but it’s also important to take a step back and recognise the good work of the industry. One of the ways in which we can do this is by hosting and attending key events such as this. The AsBAA Inaugural Industry Awards will be a fantastic opportunity for the whole industry to stand up and be counted, vote for its leaders and contributors on merit, raise essential funds for Orbis, and of course, have fun!”

“We mentioned earlier this month following the CJI conference in Singapore that we are committed to engaging with our members”

AsBAA recently uploaded a video of their presentation at the Corporate Jet Investor Asia conference to youtube.

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