Young Guns – Quentin Bond, Jet Support Services, Inc.

by Global Sky Team

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This is the second in a series of Asian Skycasts that present the up and coming voices of business aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.

For this episode our CEO Jeffrey C. Lowe speaks with Quentin Bond, Director of Business Development in Hong Kong for Jet Support Services, Inc.

Main Content

(00:00-07:45)

How did you get into the aviation industry?

(07:46-17:29)

What’s been your career path to JSSI?

(17:30-21:20)

All about JSSI

(21:21-27:13)

How optimistic do you feel about 2022?

(27:14-40:15)

How has JSSI changed the way it does business in the region?

(40:15-45:41)

What one item could you not live without?

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