Jetcraft opens Singapore office
Jetcraft, the global aircraft broker dealer, has opened an office in Singapore. Tim Yue will head the office reporting to David Dixon, president of Jetcraft Asia.
Yue, who joined Jetcraft from Bombardier in 2018, is moving from Jetcraft’s Hong Kong office.
“Asia remains a crucial market for Jetcraft so expanding our footprint into Singapore is a logical step, providing further proof of our long-term commitment to serving our global client base and unrivalled market access,” says Dixon.
Jetcraft – which now has London headquarters – it arguably the most global brokerage. It opened its Asian office in Hong Kong in 2012 and also has regional offices in Australia, Dubai, Moscow, Istanbul, Johannesburg and across the US.
“Singapore has seen significant growth in business aviation and the multiple maintenance facilities at Seletar Aerospace Park, paired with the region’s role in the financial service sector, make it an optimum location,” says Dixon.
Dixon founded Jetcraft Asia when he joined from Bombardier in 2018. He is also the author of “I Sell Aircraft” an autobiography of his 40 years in aircraft sales.