Wu Zhendong wants the skies over Asia to even busier and says business for corporate jets could be boosted by 25 per cent. Photo: Handout

Asia’s jet set being forced to buy old planes or sell up and fly commercially, says new head of business aviation group

  • Chairman of Asia Business Aviation Association says region’s airports should give his members better flight slots and charge lower fees
  • Wu Zhendong says sector could enjoy 25 per cent growth if priority wasn’t given to commercial airlines
Topic |   Hong Kong aviation

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Wu Zhendong wants the skies over Asia to even busier and says business for corporate jets could be boosted by 25 per cent. Photo: Handout
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Danny Lee

Danny Lee

Danny joined the Post in 2013 as an intern before becoming a reporter on the City desk. He is an expert on aviation.