Norbert Ehrich, Vice President Flight Services, EMEA, notes similar trends. “This past year, we’ve seen a significant increase in aircraft management and charter inquiries across the board, but particularly from customers that previously travelled first class for long-haul flights. Customers see stability in Jet Aviation and greatly value our high safety and quality standards, along with our global reach.”
Jet Aviation currently manages some 300 aircraft globally, of which 180 are in the Americas. It operates its global aircraft management and charter fleet out of its nine global operations centers located in Burbank, California; Chicago, Illinois; Teterboro, New Jersey; Valletta, Malta; Cologne, Germany; Zurich, Switzerland; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Hong Kong; and Singapore.
Jet Aviation is the leading IS-BAH-registered FBO network worldwide — an industry-lauded acknowledgment of our rigorous safety and security standards. Earlier this year, the company expanded its network of the FBO