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EJA Hangar complex at Senai International Airport

FAA Group 2 Hangar. Advanced fire - fighting foam system designed in accordance to NFPA 409 Standard Can accommodate 2 x Airbus 320 plus several executive jets at any one time. Flight Ops Department operating 24x7 365 days Ground support services offering full range of ground and aircraft handling services.

MRO operators landing at Senai airport

Up and coming: EJA's facility (above) will have FBO, MRO and an office complex covering some 70,000 sq ft. 'Our customers are looking at lower costs and convenience which we can offer at Senai with our new facility,' says joint owner Prithpal Singh.

Senai aviation park in the making

THE maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry in Asia is expected to be as big as the ones in the United States and Europe over the next decade. Capitalising on this, Senai Airport Terminal Services (SATS) Sdn Bhd is building the Senai Airport Aviation Park that is estimated to have a gross development value of about RM1.5 billion

EJA on Business Challenge

EJA’s fleet currently comprises a Cessna Citation 500, Hawker 700, Gulfstream Westwind 1 and Westwind 2 and King Air 350. The two Westwinds are permanently configured for medical evacuation, and fly for a specialist subsidiary business, Flying Doctors Asia. One more long-range aircraft will be added later this year.

Hong Kong Private Jet Sector Gets China Boost

Private jet operators in Hong Kong are adding aircraft at a rapid pace as wealthier mainland Chinese keep luxury aircraft in the city to avoid bureaucratic hurdles and taxes at home, but a lack of infrastructure could limit the market's growth.

Analysts Expect Growth in Asia's Pre-Owned Aircraft Market

Asia’s market for pre-owned business aircraft is expected to grow substantially in three to five years as today’s buyers of new business jets put their aircraft on the market and trade up to newer models, according to several consultants who operate in the region. The trend is predicted to be most dramatic in Southeast Asia and China, where business aviation now is just taking hold.

Private jets quickly becoming the must-have status symbol

(SINGAPORE) If you have money and want to flaunt it, mansions, limousines, and yachts are no longer enough. For the super rich of Asia, owning a private jet has become the ultimate status symbol. Executive-jet makers aiming to woo Asia's growing ranks of billionaires and multi-millionaires were out in force at the Singapore Airshow, which drew to a close over the weekend.

New Changi rule irks private flight operators

CHANGI Airport's decision to force all non-scheduled flights to apply for slots is causing consternation among charter and private flight operators. Up until the end of last year, non-scheduled flights could land and take-off from Changi by filing a flight plan just hours earlier.

EJA bina hangar RM40j di Senai

Fasa pertama kemudahan pesawat eksekutif dijangka siap tahun depan EXECUTIVE Jets Asia (EJA) akan membina hangar bagi pesawat eksekutif di Taman Penerbangan Senai di Senai, Johor membabitkan pelaburan RM40 juta.

Executive Jets Asia interested in fund raising to increase fleet and expand regionally, CEO says

Executive Jets Asia would be interested to talk to both strategic and financial investors about raising USD 15m for a stake of up to 49%, CEO and co-founder Prithpal Singh said. The Singapore-based jet chartering company had revenues of SGD 10m last year and has no debts. The company is currently in preliminary talks with two Singapore-based private equity firms, he added. Singh and Director Mohammed Yunos each hold a 40% stake in the company, while director David Ho holds 20%.

Executive Jets to spend RM40m on hangar

Air charter provider, Executive Jets Asia (EJA), will invest RM40 million to construct hangar facilities at the Senai Airport Aviation Park to cater for business jets ranging from the Airbus A320 to B737. Chief Executive Officer Prithpal Singh said the Senai Airport was an excellent location for the 7,400 square meter hangar which was expected to be completed in three years.

Malaysia Challenges Singapore as Aviation Hub

Singapore’s status as an international hub for aviation has long been established. Changi Airport saw record passenger volume last year, with more than 42 million people passing through, making it one of the busiest airports in Asia.

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