Sino Jet: Growing Asia-Pacific’s Biggest Operator during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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For this Asian SkyCast, we speak with Jenny Lau, the President of Sino Jet.

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How was 2020 for Sino Jet?


The processes and challenges of delivering a new G650 during the pandemic.


What measures has Sino Jet put in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19?


Will any of those measures continue when the pandemic is finally over?


Increased interest from new entrants to business aviation.


Expanding the FBO side of the business after opening the Nanchang FBO.


Opportunities in Southeast Asia.


China’s progress on opening up its airspace.


How can Sino Jet help with the industry’s future development?


Sino Jet’s future plans.


Jenny Lau Sino Jet

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