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JSSI dishes out aviation prizes at ABACE
Sino Jet, ExecuJet Haite Aviation Services China and China Aircraft Maintenance Engineering have all been honoured by JSSI at a recent ceremony held during ABACE in Shanghai.

Independent provider of aviation maintenance support and financial services Jet Support Services (JSSI) has announced the 2019 Greater China Customer Choice Award winners at ABACE in Shanghai. Sino Jet was awarded Best Management Company, ExecuJet Haite Aviation Services China and China Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (CAMECO) tied for Best MRO, and Global Jet Capital was voted Best Financing Company.

JSSI Asia-Pacific president Jaslyn Chan comments: “We congratulate these four companies, and every company nominated, for their service excellence in this region and thank them for their support and dedication. Collectively we are working together to promote business aviation, the strongest tool in bringing businesses, regions, countries and political orientation together.”

The awards were established by JSSI in 2014 at the annual JSSI Business Aircraft Management and Maintenance Conference in mainland China. During the event, over 80 senior executives from management companies, business aviation service providers and MROs from the greater China region are asked to vote for their preferred service company.

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