Sino Jet aims to drive more than 20% of its managed aircraft to achieve carbon neutrality in flight operations, and ultimately achieve carbon neutrality in the entire group in 2035
Sino Jet has cemented its position as Asia Pacific’s leading business jet operator for three consecutive years.
It ranked number one in fleet size in Asia Pacific for the third year in a row, according to the 2021 Business Jet Fleet Report from Asian Sky Media.
A spokesperson for Sino Jet said, “Amid strong demands for business jet travel, stringent restrictions and quarantine requirements in many countries have placed new challenges on scheduling aircraft deliveries and aircraft maintenance work overseas, sustaining safety and efficiency have become the keys to success in the market.”
In addition to its operating bases in Beijing and Hong Kong, Sino Jet continued to boost investment in its Shanghai branch in 2021 and established a new Jiangsu branch, which complements its Hangzhou base to form a strong Yangtze River Delta service network.
At the same time, Sino Jet has also set up offices in Hebei and Fujian. Recently, Sino Jet signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Hainan Free Trade Port, and its Hainan subsidiary has increased its charter capacity to meet demand from the Port.
To date, Sino Jet has operating bases and branches in 20 cities around the world, and its extensive service network can help drive up operational efficiency for its aircraft management clients and bring the option of charter jet travel to more business travelers.
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