After a Top 10 Finish for Their First Skycast, Alud Davies is Back Again Providing His Insights and Opinions This Time on the Southeast Asia Business Jet Market in 2019

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Aviation Enthusiast Alud Davies speaks with ASG’s Jeffrey Lowe on the ‘Country Profiles’ for Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand from ASG’s YE 2019 Asia Pacific Business Jet Fleet Report.

Main Content

(01:10)

How Southeast Asia drove fleet growth 2019

(02:40)

Sneak peek at Vietnam

(03:24)

Malaysia Overview

(03:55)

1st Global 7500 in Asia

(04:06)

A long-range & large-cabin market

(04:38)

Bombardier dominates

(04:58)

OEMs reliance on China

(05:53)

The largest operator: The 3 prongs of the Government

(06:25)

The competition between Subang and Seletar as business aviation hubs

(06:48)

Why not Macao as a Hub?

(08:00)

FBOs and facilities developing in Skypark & Government support

(08:45)

Singapore Overview

(09:00)

Fleet numbers in Singapore yo-yo

(09:36)

Another Bombardier market

(09:36)

OEM facilities in Seletar

(10:05)

Clouds on the horizon for Seletar

(10:45)

Few operators based in Singapore, most elsewhere

(11:17)

The local Singapore registry

(11:24)

SIA flight training with Learjets

(12:14)

Philippines Overview

(12:24)

A different drummer: Textron, Light Jets and PK Reg

(13:28)

The age of the fleet – younger than you think

(14:18)

Diversification - MRO and FBO investments in Clark & Subic Bay

(14:53)

The challenges

(15:14)

Metrojet & ATCSI go about it differently

(15:45)

Business opportunities Greater China brings

(16:20)

Parking and slots

(16:46)

Toughest operating environment in S. E. Asia

(17:12)

Of red tape and regulations

(17:39)

Locally-registered aircraft making all the differen

(18:00)

Embraer’s largest market in Asia

(19:12)

Premiair - the dominate operator

(19:27)

Infrastructure or lack of it

(20:20)

2019’s disappointing fleet numbers

(20:48)

Why are aircraft leaving Thailand – it’s the economy!

(21:42)

Long-range and medium-size requirement – Gulfstream & Textron

(22:36)

Mjets and the Government the largest operators

(23:00)

Government fleet: big & bigger

(23:30)

MJets – one of each size category

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