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MY JET JOINS AEROSUISSE  - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

My Jet, a Swiss-headquartered company that aims to revolutionize jet ownership by combining an in-house software, proprietary methodology and game changing approach to aircraft finance, was accepted as Aerosuisse member by the Association’s Executive Committee. It was announced at the AEROSUISSE Annual General Assembly that took place at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, Switzerland, on Thursday 13th October 2016.

MY JET is now on the list of more than 140 Swiss and international companies and organizations active in the aerospace industry that work all together to make it a better place. This acknowledgement is a result of the Firm’s continuous efforts in providing best-in-class innovative services on aircraft financial management to its customers across Europe, Russia and CIS, as well as in expanding its geographical presence, with the fresh-new London office being opened two weeks ago. 

Philip Kristensen, Managing Director, AEROSUISSE, commented: “We have been representing the interests of Swiss aerospace sectors and contributing to the industry development since 1968. Today we are delighted to welcome such an innovative and dynamic company as MY JET on board, and are looking forward to our professional collaboration and knowledge sharing in the future!”

Christopher Marich, Global Strategy Director and Co-founder, MY JET, added: “We thank the AEROSUISSE Executive Committee for accepting us on board. MY JET is already an active member of European Business Aviation Association and National Business Aviation, and now it’s a great honour for us to join one of the most influential aerospace associations in our home country – Switzerland. We are confident that together we can do more for the industry!”

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