Jet Aviation Singapore plans bigger hangar


Jet Aviation Singapore is planning to triple hangar space

Jet Aviation Singapore is planning to build a hangar, currently being
designed it will triple the available hangar space at the facility. The new
hangar will have direct access to the tarmac and will be able to accommodate up
to five narrow body or 6 ultra long haul aircraft and should be in operation by
January 2013.

“We are delighted to expand our capacity to
meet increased customer demand in the region,” says Sebastian Groeger,
senior vice president & general manager of Jet Aviation’s Asian Pacific
division in Singapore.
“This additional hangar space will clearly help us to better accommodate
our growing customer base.”

“The decision for significant expansion in Singapore was made in direct
response to clear signs of further growth in the Asian market,” adds Christof
Späth, senior vice president MRO and FBO services for Jet Aviation EMEA &
Asia. “As our key MRO and FBO location in the Asian Pacific region, this
facility expansion serves to strengthen our global MRO network, while
demonstrating our commitment to providing our clients the highest quality
services, comforts and standards no matter where they fly.”

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