SINGAPORE: Aircraft acquisition brand, Jetcraft, has expanded to Singapore, making it the second office in Asia after Hong Kong. The move sees the recruitment of a local team in Singapore and the relocation of its current employees.
The new Singapore office will be led by Tim Yue.
Singapore has been selected as the new branch because of its growth in business aviation, the facilities at Seletar Aerospace Park, and the country’s role in the financial service sector.
David Dixon, Jetcraft Asia president, said that the “real value of business aviation is increasingly being realised and we are encouraged by the significant number of first-time buyers entering our industry, albeit recently in an unexpected way.”
With its headquarters in the UK, Jetcraft ventured to Hong Kong as its first Asia Pacific office.
Jetcraft is one of the main players in international aircraft sales, marketing, and ownership strategies, with nearly 60 years of industry presence and over 20 global offices.