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China’s super rich create a whole new jet set

China is Getting Easier for Business Aviation But Flight Planning Expertise Still Makes Big Difference The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. AIN ONLINE by CURT EPSTEIN With business aviation in China continuing its upward trajectory, life is getting somewhat more straightforward for this class of aircraft operators according to those most closely involved in trying to help them, namely flight planning and support companies. Though flights into and within the vast country still remain somewhat

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Firms, tycoons eye private jets at show

The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. By Yang Jian and Zha Minjie (Shanghai Daily) JIABEI Yanzi, a coal mine boss from northern China, glimpsed a light Piaggio private jetand soon moved her eyes onto the nearby Boeing 737-700 business jet that was farbigger and cost more than US$30 million. “I’d like to buy this one, as the first one is too small for me,” said Jiabei, vice chairmanof the Yulong Group in Shuozhou, a city

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China the next must have private jets

The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. by Patti Waldmeir It will come as no surprise that rich Chinese have developed a taste these days for private jets. It is a short step, in China, from Gucci to Gulfstream: according to a survey of China’s richest people, released by the Hurun report at the Asian Business Aviation Conference Asian Business Aviation Conference in Shanghai, 13 per cent of Chinese with personal assets over Rmb100m plan to

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China is getting easier for Business Aviation

China is Getting Easier for Business Aviation But Flight Planning Expertise Still Makes Big Difference The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. AIN ONLINE by CURT EPSTEIN With business aviation in China continuing its upward trajectory, life is getting somewhat more straightforward for this class of aircraft operators according to those most closely involved in trying to help them, namely flight planning and support companies. Though flights into and within the vast country still remain somewhat

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China the next must have private jets

The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. By Kristine Lim ChannelNewsAsia.com SHANGHAI: China is gearing up for burgeoning growth in its business aviation market as it plans to build its first airport dedicated to this sector by 2015. But before it can really take off, regulations will need to be tightened to ensure that safety standards are met. At Asia’s largest business aviation event held in Shanghai, nearly 30 models of private jets were on display.

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China’s super rich create a whole new jet set


China is Getting Easier for Business Aviation But Flight Planning Expertise Still Makes Big Difference The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. AIN ONLINE by CURT EPSTEIN With business aviation in China continuing its upward trajectory, life is getting somewhat more straightforward for this class of aircraft operators according to those most closely involved in trying to help them, namely flight planning and support companies. Though flights into and within the vast country still remain somewhat

...Continued

Firms, tycoons eye private jets at show


The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. By Yang Jian and Zha Minjie (Shanghai Daily) JIABEI Yanzi, a coal mine boss from northern China, glimpsed a light Piaggio private jetand soon moved her eyes onto the nearby Boeing 737-700 business jet that was farbigger and cost more than US$30 million. “I’d like to buy this one, as the first one is too small for me,” said Jiabei, vice chairmanof the Yulong Group in Shuozhou, a city

...Continued

China the next must have private jets


The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. by Patti Waldmeir It will come as no surprise that rich Chinese have developed a taste these days for private jets. It is a short step, in China, from Gucci to Gulfstream: according to a survey of China’s richest people, released by the Hurun report at the Asian Business Aviation Conference Asian Business Aviation Conference in Shanghai, 13 per cent of Chinese with personal assets over Rmb100m plan to

...Continued

China is getting easier for Business Aviation


China is Getting Easier for Business Aviation But Flight Planning Expertise Still Makes Big Difference The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. AIN ONLINE by CURT EPSTEIN With business aviation in China continuing its upward trajectory, life is getting somewhat more straightforward for this class of aircraft operators according to those most closely involved in trying to help them, namely flight planning and support companies. Though flights into and within the vast country still remain somewhat

...Continued

China the next must have private jets


The new status symbol for China’s ultra rich businessmen: a private jet. But before this fad can truly take off, authorities have to loosen up strict regulations governing the domestic airspace. By Kristine Lim ChannelNewsAsia.com SHANGHAI: China is gearing up for burgeoning growth in its business aviation market as it plans to build its first airport dedicated to this sector by 2015. But before it can really take off, regulations will need to be tightened to ensure that safety standards are met. At Asia’s largest business aviation event held in Shanghai, nearly 30 models of private jets were on display.

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