BAA managed fleet to grow by year end


Business Aviation Asia fleet of managed aircraft will grow to 32 by the end of 2011 and will continue growing in 2012

Business Aviation Asia ACJ318 EliteBusiness Aviation Asia currently manages a fleet of
23 privately owned business jets with the majority of these aircraft being registered
and based in mainland China.

BAA’s current
fleet consists of a Hawker 4000, Challenger 605, Dassault Falcon 900EX, Falcon 7X,
two Learjet 60XRs, two Challenger 850s, two Airbus A318 Elites, three Gulfstream
G550s, three Gulfstream G200s and seven Gulfstream G450s.

BAA managed fleet will grow further by the end of
2011 with an Airbus ACJ, Falcon 2000, Falcon 900LX, another Challenger 850,
Global XRS, Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream G550 and two CL605s taking the total
managed fleet to 32.

The company will grow the managed aircraft in its
portfolio in 2012 by adding a Gulfstream G450, CL605, Airbus A318 Elite, two
G550s, two Falcon 7Xs and two Hawker 4000 expanding the fleet even further to
41 aircraft.

BAA has seven bases across mainland China, in Shenzhen, Tianjin,
Beijing, Shanghai,
Hangzhou, Chengdu
and Hong Kong.