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Asian Sky Group selected for ACJ330 completion project
ASG's experienced Asia-Pacific aviation team is already on site in advance of its second ACJ330 wide-body completions project.
Asian Sky Group managing director Jeffrey Lowe is celebrating winning a second ACJ330 completion project.

Hong Kong business aviation consulting firm Asian Sky Group (ASG) has been selected as the completion manager to represent an Asian-based client for its ultra-long-range ACJ330 wide-body aircraft. This marks the second ACJ330 project for ASG in as many years.

“ASG is extremely happy and honoured to have won this appointment as completion manager,” says managing director Jeffrey Lowe. “Our team did a fantastic job to win the business against strong competition from a number of other providers. The timing is ideal too as our other Asian ACJ330 project, where we were hired as the client's consultant to help oversee the completion, is just winding up. For this new opportunity our team is already in place at the completion centre and hard at work.”

ASG has assembled an experienced aviation team in the Asia-Pacific region to provide a wide range of independent services for both fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. It also provides access to a significant customer base around the world with the help of its exclusive partners.

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