Metrojet: Winning New Business During the Pandemic

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In this Asian SkyCast episode, we talk with Gary Dolski, the CEO of Metrojet.

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(00:37-02:12)

What effect has the pandemic had on Metrojet’s operations?

(02:12-03:10)

Was Metrojet able to win new business during the pandemic?

(03:11-03:46)

Has there been an increase in maintenance requests because of the pandemic?

(03:47-08:40)

Getting the go ahead to begin operations from the new Clark facility.

(08:41-10:37)

Cooperation and partnerships in the business aviation industry.

(10:38-12:08)

Clark and Subic Bay can happily coexist.

(12:09-14:00)

Training up local talent in the Philippines.

(14:01-16:42)

Working on strategic ways to grow the business in Hong Kong.

(16:43-20:05)

Views on expanding into other parts of Asia-Pacific.

(20:06-22:02)

Metrojet’s plan for the next three years.

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