Shanghai, China. Metrojet, a Hong Kong-based six-star business aviation services company, has engaged Rockwell Collins’ ARINCDirectSM to provide international trip support services for its fleet business aircraft.
The new contract expands Metrojet’s relationship with Rockwell Collins, which is currently using a number of ARINCDirect’s integrated services.
“Metrojet is dedicated to upholding the highest standards and meeting our customer’s needs in the most professional and personal way possible,” said Björn Näf, CEO at Metrojet. “Standardising our fleet on ARINCDirect services provides economies of scale and cost savings that benefit both our business and our customers.”
“ARINCDirect is uniquely positioned to provide our customers with the most comprehensive portfolio of flight support solutions in the industry,” said Brian Kruger, Senior Director, ARINCDirect Flight Services for Rockwell Collins. “This agreement is a major milestone for our ARINCDirect services in Hong Kong and paves the way for our continual growth of international trip support business in Asia.”
Established in 1995, Metrojet Limited is headquartered in Hong Kong, and is a part of the Kadoorie Group which is a sister company of The Peninsula Hotels. Metrojet is a leading operator and maintenance provider of business jets in the region, and pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong. The company was awarded an Air Operator’s Certificate (FAA Part 121 equivalent) in June 1997. Metrojet is a Hong Kong licensed business jet operator, providing the complete range of business aviation services, including: aircraft charter, comprehensive aircraft management, aircraft maintenance service and aircraft consultancy services.
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