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UAS boosts ground service offering across China

UAS boosts ground service offering across China

China – 10 October 2019 – Global trip support solutions provider, UAS International Trip Support (UAS) has expanded its capabilities in China and bolstered its client offering by becoming a domestic handling agent providing handling services across the country. With the

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The dead cat bounce

The dead cat bounce

Business aviation can benefit from sudden stresses and emergencies. When things get bad, there can be a sudden rise in flights. But, just like the famous stock exchange dead cat bounce, it does not last. Whatever you think about the

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Shake it off

Shake it off

In the latest escalation of the US-China trade war, President Trump has accused Beijing of manipulating its currency which, the Trump administration claims, is giving China an unfair trade advantage. The last time Washington accused Beijing of manipulating its currency

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China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

In the latest move in its trade war with Washington, Beijing is looking to impose sanctions against US firms that have been selling military hardware to Taiwan. China sees Taiwan as one of its own provinces, a province that will

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Sino Jet subsidary GEOSTAR leads China’s specialist travel market

Sino Jet subsidary GEOSTAR leads China’s specialist travel market

In 2018, Sino Jet subsidiary, GEOSTAR, has been rising the ranks of specialist travel service providers in China. The company is making a mark on the business aviation industry as specialist “flying clubs” are on the rise in the region.

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Sino Jet employs data analytics to achieve China’s highest standards

Sino Jet employs data analytics to achieve China’s highest standards

In 2018, Sino Jet Ltd. was the first operator in mainland China to reach IS-BAO stage III, the internationally recognized safety standard from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC). The company’s President in Beijing, Ms. Chris Wu, has since shared

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China stalls

China stalls

In a speech in the middle of December last year, Xiang Songzou, Renmin University’s senior fellow of the Center for International Monetary Research, cast doubt on the Chinese government’s official GDP growth numbers. According to a report on the Epoch

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What will happen in 2019

What will happen in 2019

As we start 2019, it is hard to remember another year when so many forecasters are predicting a downturn.  And there is a lot of ammunition for pessimists. The year 2018 was the worst 12-months for US, UK and European

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Hong Kong: Playing the slots

Hong Kong: Playing the slots

Hong Kong might be ranked the fourth best city in the world in which to do business, yet business-jet operators are finding it increasingly difficult to gain access to its airport. Business aviation movements are handled at the airport by

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China licenced 93 new GA airports in the first half of 2018

China licenced 93 new GA airports in the first half of 2018

According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the country licenced 93 new general aviation (GA) airports in the first half of 2018. Statistics from the CAAC show that there are now 173 general aviation airports in the country,

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