Frank Fang, vice president, Deer Jet, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the growth of aviation in the Chinese market and how winning at the World Travel Awards benefits the carrier.
Leading business aviation company Deer Jet has concluded the acquisition of major shares of UAS International Trip Support, a major global flight support solutions provider. The agreement was completed ahead of MEBAA Show 2016 by UAS’ existing shareholders and Deer Jet chairman Zhang Peng.
Deer Jet has announced that it will start accepting AVCARD aviation charge card at eight of its fixed-base operators across 19 airports, making them the first locations in Asia Pacific to qualify and join the Air Elite Global Network. In doing so, Deer Jet strengthens its position in the international business aviation market, joining a network accepting the card at over 7,600 worldwide locations, renown for delivering exceptional customer service experiences.
Deer Jet has received the National Business Aviation Association Corporate Business Flying Award for 21 years of accident-free flying. This award recognises the commitment of the company and its employees towards achieving excellence. According to NBAA records, the company has accomplished close to 260,000 hours of flying without an accident involving damage to property or injury to persons.
Deer Jet has finalised the acquisition of Asia Jet Partners, known as Asia Jet. Following the signature of a shareholders agreement, Deer Jet-subsidiary Hong Kong Jet has acquired 100 per cent equity of Asia Jet. The acquisition will enhance Hong Kong Jet´s service capabilities, becoming one of the leading jet management and maintenance companies in the Asia Pacific region.
Deer Jet is to become the operator of world’s first VVIP BBJ 787 Dreamliner. Deer Jet and Boeing announced jointly at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition, the largest business aviation event in Europe. This VVIP BBJ 787 is truly a Dream Jet. It has a range of 16,000 kilometres and can fly nonstop for 17.5 hours at Mach 0.85.