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Metrojet celebrates thousands of incident-free hours
Established in 1997 as part of the Kadoorie Group, Metrojet pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong and remains a safety and customer-focused business jet operators. It has been recognised by the NBAA.
Since joining the NBAA as a corporate member in 2007, Metrojet has flown 63,150 consecutive hours with no incidents or accidents.

Hong Kong-based Metrojet and its team members have been awarded multiple safety awards by the NBAA. These awards serve as testimony to the safety standards that Metrojet upholds and pays tribute to its staff.

Since joining the NBAA as a corporate member in 2007, Metrojet has flown 63,150 consecutive hours with no incidents or accidents, and for this achievement was awarded both the Aviation Maintenance Department Safety Award and the Corporate Business Flying Safety Award. Captains Michael Palmer and Peter Lawrie, engineers Arcel Diaz and James Ma, and dispatcher Frances Pang were individually conferred the safety awards for operating business aircraft or providing professional maintenance/dispatcher services without an accident involving damage to property or injury to persons.

“At Metrojet, safety takes precedence over all business activities. We have a 24-year history of accident-free operations. These awards recognise our organisation and acknowledge the dedication of our staff towards safety at work, and their collective support and standards contributing to protecting our clients, business partners and each other,” says CEO Gary Dolski.

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