Rapid Rise: Sino Jet’s Jenny Lau on Building APAC’s Largest Business Jet Management Company

by Global Sky Team

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ASG’s Max Buirski talks to Sino Jet Group President Jenny Lau about building APAC’s largest business jet management company, how the Chinese market has changed over the past decade, the impact of Covid-19, the importance of developing a diverse team and where Sino Jet is going next.

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How Sino Jet grew to have 45 aircraft under management in less than a decade


Profile of the Sino Jet client base, fleet of aircraft and travel patterns


How the business jet market has changed in China over the last decade


How the market has been impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak


How management companies protect the passengers, crew and other employees from the virus


Jenny’s view of the Chinese economy going forward


How Sino Jet kept operations running during the outbreak


The importance of building a great team by attracting talent from different industries


Expanding into Singapore and what’s next for Sino Jet


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