Corporate Jet Investor Asia 2024: Unveiling the Future of Asian Business Aviation

CJI Asia 2024: Pioneering the Future of Asian Business Aviation
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Kathmandu,Nepal: Corporate Jet Investor Asia 2024 is set to make its grand return for its 13th edition in September 2024, promising an unparalleled showcase of the latest trends and innovations in the Asian business aviation sector. Over 300 industry decision-makers will converge in a two-day event dedicated to shaping the future of business aviation in the region.

The event, known as CJI Asia, serves as a premier platform for industry leaders, including financiers, operators, brokers, OEMs, insurers, MROs, and manufacturers, to connect and collaborate on advancing Asia's business aviation landscape. Attendees can expect to engage with over 50 speakers, participate in interactive sessions, and network for over 12 hours.

Agenda and Partnerships: Mapping the Path to Progress

While the agenda is still in development, event partners such as Action Aviation, Stonebriar Commercial Finance, 2-REG Aircraft Registry, ACAM, Airbus Corporate Jets, Boeing Business Jets, GE Aerospace, Jet Aviation, and Jetcraft signify a diverse array of expertise and support for the event's objectives.

Networking and Collaboration: Fostering Growth and Innovation

The event promises attendees the opportunity to forge invaluable connections and collaborations through extensive networking sessions. Lead sponsors like 2-REG Aircraft Registry, Asian Corporate Aviation Management Pte. Ltd., Airbus Corporate Jets, Boeing Business Jets, GE Aerospace, and Jet Aviation are set to play pivotal roles in facilitating these interactions.

Looking Back and Moving Forward: Reflecting on 2023 Attendees and Anticipating the Future

Reflecting on the impressive array of companies that attended in 2023, including industry giants like Bombardier, Global Jet Capital, Jet 8, McAfee & Taft, and Vista, CJI Asia 2024 aims to build upon past successes and set the stage for a future marked by innovation, growth, and collaboration in the Asian business aviation sector.

 

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