A Master Service Agreement (MSA) signed recently between Transport Canada and the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department, has accorded Jet Aviation Hong Kong approval via to certify Canadian registered aircraft in Hong Kong.
“Business aviation is a logistical solution for business executives who travel the world,” said Nigel Parker, managing director at the Jet Aviation Hong Kong maintenance facility. “Our goal as service providers is to support them across borders through a network of locations where it makes sense or where there is demand and our customers gain value. This approval helps ensure that Canadian aircraft owners and operators have access to the services they require when travelling through Asia and we look forward to welcoming them to Hong Kong.”
Transport Canada is the authorizing agency in Canada that is responsible for developing regulations, policies and services of transportation in Canada.
In light of this agreement, Jet Aviation Hong Kong is now able to support and certify Canadian-registered Gulfstream G650/G550/G450, Bombardier Challenger 604/605 and Global Express aircraft, as well as the Dassault Falcon 7X, through its Hong Kong CAD repair station approval.
With a 24/7 aircraft management and charter operation in Hong Kong, Jet Aviation at present has 31 aircraft in its asian management fleet and in November 2015, was honoured at the inaugural Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) 2015 Gala Awards where its Hong Kong aircraft management and charter operation received AsBAA’s Best Management Company Industry Award.