PRN: Metrojet Ltd and Solairus Form International Private Jet Alliance

Metrojet Ltd and Solairus Form International Private Jet Alliance

[13-April-2012]
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Hong Kong’s Metrojet Ltd. (www.metrojet.com) and US-based Solairus Aviation (www.solairusaviation.com) recently announced the formation of a strategic alliance to offer both aircraft management services for Asian business jet owners and comprehensive aircraft charter services solutions for clients in Asia. The partnership, which is the culmination of nearly eight months of planning and preparation, will capitalize on Solairus’ extensive experience in aircraft management and private jet charter, as well as Metrojet’s highly-respected name and brand in the region.

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Metrojet and Solairus, as Hong Kong and US AOC holders, provide owners with the ability to offer their aircraft for passenger-carrying air-charter purposes, in order to offset aircraft ownership costs in a professionally managed and efficient manner. While Metrojet and Solairus will each continue to exclusively provide industry-leading management services in their own respective markets, the alliance will focus on meeting the requirements of new aircraft management and charter clients with business aviation needs on both sides of the Pacific.

Bjorn Naf, Chief Executive Officer of Metrojet Ltd., believes the Metrojet/Solairus alliance will have an immediate positive impact.

“Metrojet’s relationship with Solairus will be valuable for aircraft owners, who will appreciate and benefit from the strengths of both company’s ability to offer an unprecedented level of service to customers in Asia and the United States,” Naf stated. “Many clients are currently forced to use multiple resources to successfully capture the benefits of business aviation overseas. Our alliance with Solairus seeks to eliminate that inefficient model by utilizing the combined regional workforces and infrastructures of both companies to create an integrated management and charter sales initiative that will truly provide a trans-Pacific solution.”

Solairus Chief Executive Officer Dan Drohan is equally optimistic about the new relationship and looks forward to working with Metrojet to establish a new standard for clients with business aviation needs in Asia.

“Our new alliance with Metrojet represents an important step for Solairus,” Drohan said. “I firmly believe that we have a responsibility to the industry to support, foster and facilitate safe and stable growth of business aviation in Asia

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