Air Charter International predicts increase in Asia Pacific aviation requirements

2nd Nov 2009
Air Charter International predicts increase in Asia Pacific aviation requirements

According to the Boeing’s Vice President - Marketing, Randy Tinseth, “Twenty years from now more than 40 percent of the world’s airline traffic will begin, end or take place within the Asia Pacific region,” “That’s a big leap for a region that was not even mentioned in our earliest Boeing market forecasts back in the 1950s.”

Tinseth goes on to say “between now and 2028, Asia Pacific air travel will grow from 32 percent of the world market to 41 percent.”

In light of this and the considerable increase in charter and lease enquiries received from the Asia Pacific region in the past two months, Air Charter International is focusing a large proportion of their efforts to servicing aircraft requirements for this region.

Seeing airlines such as Air Asia X regularly opening new routes including Chengdu in China and Abu Dhabi in the Middle East is a positive sign for the recovery of the aviation market.

Having recently set up regional offices in Sydney Australia, specifically for the Asia Pacific region, there has been a steady rise in business and a focus on building sound relationships between Air Charter International and aircraft operators and clients in the region, ensuring that all enquiries can be dealt with professionally.


Stuart Wheeler, CEO of Air Charter International says; “Making sure we are well represented in this region is vital to the success of our business. We are committed to sourcing the best possible solutions for all of our customers and are optimistic with regards to the continued increase is charter and lease business in Asia Pacific”.


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