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Soaring demand in Hainan brings Falcon 7X to Sino Jet
Sino Jet is the first service provider to bring accessible business jet charter service to the Hainan region in China, aiming to help boost flexibility and convenience to enterprises based in the Hainan Free Trade Port.
Sino Jet's Falcon 7X business jet is registered in Hainan Free Trade Port.

Sino Jet, the largest business jet company in the Asia Pacific region, has welcomed a company-owned Dassault Falcon 7X business jet from France. Being the first service provider to bring accessible business jet charter service to the Hainan region in China, Sino Jet will aim to boost flexibility and convenience to enterprises based in the Hainan Free Trade Port, which will effectively facilitate more business trade efficiently.

Sino Jet now operates from operating bases in 20 cities with a fleet of close to 50 aircraft and operational and maintenance licenses from Bermuda, Aruba, Isle of Man, Guernsey, San Marino and the greater China region. Headquartered in Beijing and Hong Kong, its operations extend from its main service, business jet management, to a wide range of services affiliated with its core, including aircraft procurement, charter services, aircraft maintenance services, ground support, business jet ground terminal operations and bespoke travel experiences.

On June 1, 2020, the Hainan Free Trade Port Policy was released. On June 12, Sino Jet signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Haikou Jiangdong New District to register and establish a satellite office at Hainan, making it the first business jet company in Hainan Free Trade Port. Concurrently, Sino Jet provided the Haikou Municipal Government with a special industry research report on creating a special Hainan registration model to help develop Hainan into a major business jet hub that can actively promote business aviation in the Hainan Free Trade Port to the southeast Asian region and even the world.

In the past two years, with the help of Hainan Free Trade Port Policy, Sino Jet has been investing in the development of its Hainan affiliate by utilising its own business jet integrated operation and global network of resources. On 11 April 2022, Sino Jet signed a cooperation agreement with the Haikou Jiangdong New Area Administration. In addition to business jet operations, charter flights and high-end travel services, Sino Jet will further promote and invest in business jet ground service operations, aircraft maintenance operation and solution services, and technical training in the free trade port, to complete the entire industry chain of business jet services available to enterprises in Hainan Free Trade Port.

Flexibility, convenience, safety and privacy have always been the prime reasons for business jet travel. With more and more high-tech companies calling Hainan Free Trade Port home, demand for business jet travel has soared. As one of the major business jet operators in greater China, Sino Jet is deepening its commitment to Hainan by increasing its continuous investments and boosting charter service capacity with an additional Falcon 7X to help companies in the port to soar at high speeds.

Sino Jet's Falcon 7X business jet is registered in Hainan Free Trade Port. This addition allows companies in Hainan better access to other jets in the Sino Jet charter fleet including Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream G450 and Legacy 650.

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