Metrojet has welcomed five additional business jets increasing its fleet of Gulfstream jets to 16.
Scott Neal, senior vice president, worldwide sales at Gulfstream Aerospace said, “Gulfstream is delighted to see this latest addition to Metrojet’s managed fleet, which reflects the continued growth and popularity of Gulfstream aircraft in the region. Metrojet has been a valuable partner as we work together to develop Hong Kong’s business aviation industry.”
“Given the recessionary environment, Metrojet is pleased with the steady growth and takes pride in our team of attentive professionals, who continue to provide clients with a safe, cost-effective and efficient service,” said Denzil White, managing director, Aircraft Management and Charter of Metrojet.
Gary Dolski, CEO of Metrojet said, “We have been in a long-standing partnership with Gulfstream since our first GIV acquisition in 2001. As one of the most popular business jet OEMs in the region, we anticipate seeing more Gulfstream aircraft entering into our managed fleet next year.”
Metrojet’s new hangar and parking facility in Clark, the Philippines will be completed in spring 2020.