The Jet Business, an aircraft broker, has opened the world’s first corporate aviation showroom for business jet aircraft in London’s Hyde Park Corner. This exclusive location is just the starting point. They have plans to open a store in the Chinese city of Beijing as well as another in New York City. The showroom is the brainchild of Steven Varsano who strongly advocates this user-friendly way of testing the product.
The 2012 Beijing Auto Show may very well be considered the Olympic Games for the global automotive industry. It is where top automotive manufactures go every year to showcase their latest masterpiece. Every sport, and every industry, has their elites… Read More
China has one of the fastest growing economies in the world and the need to support that growth with private business jets is being crippled by 20th century infrastructure, burdening regulatory policies, and very few executive and municipal airports. Those… Read More
At the 2011 Dubai Air Show, China-based manufacturer Avic was present to debut their MA600 twin turboprop. This aircraft seats 50-60 people and is said to be a vast improvement over its predecessor, the MA60. The MA600 performed daily in… Read More
From October 10-12, 2011, Magellan Jets proudly attended NBAA’s (National Business Aviation Association) conference which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. For the aviation industry insiders, this annual event is imperative to attend for both networking and educational purposes alike. As a business tool, this convention yields amazing results for well-respected operators and industry specialists to unite. Buying decisions are weighed and executed at the NBAA and the relationships formed set the stage for the upcoming year. Magellan Jets spent the first day on the convention floor, interacting with exhibitors and other attendees. On Tuesday, they moved onto the Static Display of Aircraft at Henderson Executive Airport where the latest aircraft models were present for the attendees to view and explore. CEO of Magellan Jets, Joshua Hebert, and Anthony Tivnan, President of Magellan Jets, spent their time meeting with the press. They provided the media with updates on Magellan Jets and their hopes for the coming year. Recently, Magellan Jets announced their plan to provide students and families in China with private jet transportation to the U.S., elite concierge services and top-tier medical expertise. Mr. Hebert was able to give insight on Magellan Jets’ expansion into the Chinese market, “We are thrilled to be able to enter into the private aviation market in China,” says Magellan Jets CEO, Joshua Hebert. “We would like to be the trusted source of establishing Chinese students and families.”
Magellan Jets Enters the Private Aviation Market in China and Launches a Range of Specialty Services Magellan Jets is Providing Students and Families in China with Private Jet Transportation to the U.S., Elite Concierge Services and Top-Tier Medical Expertise Boston, MA. – July 25, 2011 –Magellan Jets is pleased to announce their expansion into the Chinese market. Now, all types of Chinese travelers can enjoy Magellan Jets’ prestige private jet and concierge services. China has recently advanced in transportation across the board; they currently have the world’s fastest train, the world’s largest high-speed rail network and they recently set a new world record for making and selling 18 million vehicles in 2010. The past several months have seen Chinese private aviation regulations relaxed. In turn, more people are turning to private jet charter for their travel and business needs. Magellan Jets will seize this tremendous opportunity to serve clients who now have access to private jet travel.
An exclusive three-day private jet exposition catering to China’s elite was held this past weekend at the Hongqiao International Airport in Shanghai. A Gulfstream G450 was on exhibit the first day of the event, allowing visitors the chance to see… Read More
By Qiang Xiaoji Shanghai Deer Jet Co, a subsidiary of HNA Group, China’s fourth largest commercial aviation group, has won permission from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to provide business aviation services, the Oriental Morning Post reported.
Airbus, the European plane manufacturer, said last Wednesday that it expects private jet sales to rebound in 2010 behind a fast-growing Chinese market. According to Francois Chazelle—vice president of executive and private aviation at Airbus Middle East—more and more Chinese billionaires are considering purchasing private jets due to their convenience compared to commercial flights. “We do see the market bouncing back, with the largest number of expressions of interests coming from China,” said Chazelle. He said that the interest would be particularly special among Chinese businessmen in the oil trading industry, construction, and other chemical sectors, who are looking to purchase companies after the financial crisis. Right now, the proportion of billionaires owning a private jet in China are about a tenth of that in the United States. Chazelle admitted that the industry did experience a slowdown this year, but it did not completely breakdown.