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ASG singles out Sino as one to watch
Despite challenges in the industry recently that have led to a decrease in the industry fleet's overall size in China, Sino's lineup has increased from 30 to 39 jets in the past year, an impressive 30 per cent growth rate.
Jenny Lau receives the IS-BAO Stage III certificate from IBAC. Sino was the first operator in mainland China to achieve the highest level international safety standard.

Sino Jet is now the fastest growing operator in China, according to statistics released by Asian Sky Group at ABACE 2019.

The ASG report states that there are 292 jets among the top ten operators in Asia-Pacific, with 39 of these flown by Sino Jet. The company now ranks as the third largest operator in mainland China.

Despite challenges in the industry in 2018-19 that led to a decrease in the industry's overall fleet size in China, Sino's fleet has increased from 30 to 39 jets in the past year. This 30 per cent growth rate has positioned it as the fastest growing operator in mainland China.

The operator has dual headquarters in Beijing and Hong Kong, in addition to bases in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Zhuhai, Chengdu and elsewhere in greater China. It was the first carrier in mainland China to achieve IS-BAO III, and also recently hosted the Inaugural AsBAA Safety Day, attended by CAAC and other government and civil aviation stakeholders.

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