Charles Fabrikant – Future Visionary

by Global Sky Team

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For this Asian SkyCast episode, we speak with Charles Fabrikant, the former Chairman and CEO of Seacor.

Main Content


Introduction to Charles


Starting his career as a lawyer


What made you switch careers into shipping?


Did you travel much during that time?


Memories of a first Hong Kong visit


Was shipping always your main focus?


How did you get interested in the helicopter industry?


How long did you keep control of Era Helicopters?


How did you meet Wu Zhendong, Chairman & CEO of Avion Pacific?


Was the shipping side growing around that time?


How was Asian Sky Group formed?


Introduction to Mytaverse – the business aviation metaverse


What other industries could benefit from using Mytaverse?


What is the future of the metaverse?


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