Sino Jet aims to boost business in China
Business jet management and charter company Sino Jet is aiming to boost operations in China with a new base at Hainan, from which a company-owned Dassault Falcon 7X will operate. The move follows the establishment of a free trade port on the island province last year.
Sino Jet pledged to continue its investment in business jet ground service operations, aircraft maintenance operation and solution services, after signing an agreement with the Haikou Jiangdong New Area Administration earlier this month. The company also plans to continue technical training in the free trade port to complete the chain of business jet services available to enterprises in Hainan Free Trade Port.
“With more and more high-tech companies calling Hainan Free Trade Port home, demand for business jet travel has soared,” said Sino Jet. “As one of the major business jet operators in Greater China, Sino Jet is deepening its commitment to Hainan by increasing its continuous investments and boosting the charter service capacity with an additional Falcon 7X, to help companies in the port to soar at high speeds.”
Headquartered in Beijing and Hong Kong, Sino Jet operates bases in 20 cities with a fleet of nearly 50 aircraft. The company has bases in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Zhuhai, Chengdu and Singapore. Its charter fleet includes Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream G450 and Legacy 650 aircraft. Sino Jet holds operational and maintenance licences from Bermuda, Aruba, Isle of Man, Guernsey, San Marino and the Greater China region.
Meanwhile, the Chinese government aims to make Hainan the world’s largest free trade port, including a centre for offshore financing and duty-free shopping to attract tourists and businesses.
The Chinese government aims to make Hainan the world’s largest free trade port. (Photo courtesy of Xinhua). Top: One of Sino Jet’s company-owned Dassault Falcon 7X aircraft.