Q&A Session: Answering Questions on the APAC Charter Market

by Global Sky Team

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ASG’s Charter Services Manager, Daniel Tsang, Answers Questions on the Asia-Pacific Business Jet Charter Market. In this podcast Q&A moderated by CEO, Jeffrey Lowe, you’ll hear answers to some of the hottest topics about charter.

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(04:30)

How easy is it to access China from long haul destinations such as Europe and US?

(07:25)

What type of clients are utilizing charter: corporate or private? What is the trend 6 to 12 months from now?

(08:45)

Are there any Asian bodies lobbying for special treatment of private aviation and charter in the region?

(10:05)

What has AsBAA done, particularly for the charter side of business aviation?

(11:10)

In the market, it is currently dominated by long-range and large cabin aircraft. Is there any opportunity for midsize and light jets?

(15:40)

China needs to do more to open up its market to charter. Why is it taking so long for them to do so?

(16:15)

Looking at the charter market, is there any particular aircraft type missing in our region and why?

(18:18)

The charter market may recover long before the commercial airline business. Will there be an impetus for commercial aviation to look at infrastructure costs?

(19:42)

What do you think about the corporate airliner market like the BBJ and ACJ?

(20:55)

What’s the impression and future prospect of the Malaysian & Thai markets?

(22:35)

Can a company survive on charter services alone? Why not?

(26:03)

If I am a first-time user looking to charter an aircraft in APAC, what should I consider? what are the dos and don’ts? what is your advice?

(28:57)

Many charter and brokerage companies manage the whole experience for the clients - hotel, car, etc? Is this the new trend of the industry?

(30:55)

What do brokers do to protect themselves? Are brokers just connecting themselves between the operators and the charter clients?

(33:05)

How does Asian Sky Group’s charter services operate differently?

(35:27)

What is going to happen post-COVID-19?

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