OJETS grows fleet to 25 aircraft with the integration of Elit’Avia fleet
OJETS, the new Singapore-based operator, has grown its fleet of owned and managed aircraft to 25 aircraft with the integration of the Elit’Avia fleet.
Elit’Avia was acquired by OJETS earlier in 2018.
OJETS themselves currently have two Bombardier Global 6000s and one Challenger 650 business jets in its Asia-based fleet. A further aircraft is expected to join the fleet before the end of June.
“We are very pleased with our growth in the short period since we launched OJets,” says Nick Houseman, CEO, OJets. “We are well-financed and continue to aggressively add aircraft to our fleet. We are very selective – only seeking the best long range and large business jets on the market, while also favoring aircraft no more than two-years-old. We believe that these high standards are necessary in order to deliver industry-leading service to our clientele – the most discerning business travelers in the world. All things considered, it would be difficult to grow the fleet much faster.”
The Singapore-based operator is expecting to gown its owned fleet by up to eight aircraft before the end of the first half.
Separately the company says that its integration with Elit’Avia is moving forward smoothly.
“The integration of the Elit’Avia team is working smoothly. We are fortunate to have a large and experienced team dedicated to safety, professionalism and service. Our sophisticated offering of a private fleet, aircraft management, charter and VIP travel services is one of the most comprehensive on the market. Additionally, the global reach represented by our presence in Asia, Europe and North America is a great asset. The message that Elit’Avia wishes to share with existing and prospective clients is that it remains squarely focused on aircraft management and charter – but is now also able to offer the flexibility and freedom of a private fleet. Together, we are better able to serve clients with more services in more markets. And, together, we are a stronger team.”