Jet Aviation’s Singapore hangar should be operational in April 2014


Jet Aviation Singapore hangar under construction

Jet Aviation expects to open Singapore hangar in April 2014.
Jet Aviation Singapore hangar under construction

Jet Aviation Singapore hangar under construction.

Jet Aviation expects to start serving customers at its new hangar facilities in Singapore’s Seletar Aerospace Park from April 2014.

The new hangar has direct access to the tarmac and will better accommodate larger aircraft like the Boeing Business Jet and Airbus Corporate Jet and should be able to accommodate up to five Gulfstream G650 or five Bombardier Global Express 7000 aircraft.

“Given growing regional demand and a strong market preference for larger, long-range business jets, our expanded facility will enable us to better serve the needs of our business aviation customers,” says Gary Dolski, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Singapore.

“Throughout this project we’ve been cooperating with Singapore’s Economic Development Board (EDB) and JTC Corporation (JTC), the national developer of industrial infrastructure, and we look forward to their continued support as we go operational,” added Dolski.

Leow Thiam Seng, JTC’s director of aerospace, marine and cleanTech cluster, said: “An investment of this magnitude is sure to promote MRO and business aviation in the region and ultimately strengthen the aerospace cluster at Seletar Aerospace Park.”

Lim Kok Kiang, assistant managing director, Singapore Economic Development Board, said: “We are delighted that Jet Aviation is expanding its presence in Seletar Aerospace Park. This expansion marks the continuation of a successful and long-term partnership between Jet Aviation and Singapore. We appreciate Jet Aviation’s commitment to Singapore, and look forward to the opening of their new hangar.”

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