Posts found in 'Aviation'

Now, China's rich couples can fly their family and friends to exotic places for their weddings overseas. (Shanghai Hawker Pacific)

China’s Weddings Go Bespoke With Private Planes For Jet-Set Brides And Grooms

Wedding planners are offering China's rich couples the option to go beyond first class by chartering an entire private jet for their wedding overseas.

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The Chinese government announces that it might tax business jets as luxury, and the private aviation industry cries foul. (AsiaJet)

Private Jet Brands Deny ‘Luxury’ Label In Fear Of China Tax Hike

In response to the possibility of a new luxury tax, private aviation companies are calling non-commercial jets "a very normal means of transportation."

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The ABACE 2013 static display, which hosted 33 aircraft. (David McIntosh/AIN)

“Nobody Can Stop” General Aviation Growth In China

According to an interview with the U.S. National Business Aviation Association’s chief representative in Asia, flying in China is much easier than it was 15 years ago.

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The Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre at Hongqiao hosted 34 aircraft, seven more than at last year’s event. (David McIntosh/AIN)

ABACE 2013: Business Aviation Gathers In Shanghai

The 2013 Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition served as a reminder of how far China and the rest of Asia still have to go to reap the benefits of business aviation.

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Aircraft on display at the ABACE 2013 Aviation Conference and Exhibition. (ABACE)

Is Business Aviation in China Finally Taking Flight?

An accelerating trend toward international cooperation could give business aviation in China the lift it needs to finally get off the ground.

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