Sino Jet tops fleet size rankings in Asia-Pacific for the fifth year

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Asian Sky Group recently released its “Asia-Pacific Business Jet Fleet Report YE 2023”, revealing that as of 2023, the region boasts a total of 1,154 business jets.

Despite Greater China’s continued dominance in the market, the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong have seen a three-year decline, with a total reduction of 19 jets in 2023, reducing the total to 326 jets.

Amidst the general downturn of the Chinese business jet market, Sino Jet has demonstrated significant growth, standing out against the backdrop of a weak market.

Data indicates that Sino Jet has secured the top spot in the Chinese business jet market for five consecutive years, being the sole Chinese entity among the top five business jet operators in the Asia-Pacific to achieve fleet expansion.

Furthermore, the gap with its rivals is progressively widening, reinforcing its status as the industry’s foremost player.

Sino Jet’s success is inseparable from its distinctive market strategy, exceptional service quality, and precise understanding of industry trends.

Safety is the cornerstone of its development, and Sino Jet is the first Chinese company to consistently achieve the highest international business jet safety operating standard, IS-BAO Level III certification, demonstrating leading safety management capabilities.

As a national high-tech enterprise, Sino Jet is dedicated to using technological innovation to continuously enhance safety and quality.

It has successfully established a digital management system that encompasses the entire aircraft operation process, which not only significantly improves aircraft operational efficiency but also fundamentally ensures the safety and asset value of aircraft throughout their lifecycle.