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Deer Jet makes historic maiden flight to Antarctica

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Deer Jet has become the first Chinese private jet operator to fly from China to the Antarctic.

The arrival of the company’s Gulfstream G650 at Wolfs Fang airport marked the launch of a new charter service between China and Antarctica.

Deer Jet is known for its pioneering role in transforming business aviation in Asia and the world. More than 22 years ago the company established itself as the first private jet operator in China and, from humble beginnings, is now the largest business aviation group in Asia.

Deer Jet makes historic maiden flight to Antarctica

Not only is Deer Jet’s new Antarctica service a milestone for China’s business aviation, the operation is also contributing significantly to the development of international air travel and transportation, providing access to the world’s most remote areas.

Deer Jet had prepared for over a year for this especially challenging flight, conducting and evaluating hundreds of risk tests, flight routes, together with flight support and emergency plans to ensure a flawless and safe operation.

Deer Jet makes historic maiden flight to Antarctica

After buidling the new route, Deer Jet will add Antarctica to its travel itineraries, which currently span 800 airports across 180 countries and territories. The Deer Jet network comprises on-demand charter, aircraft management, brokerage, ground handling, FBOs and medevac.

BlueSky Business Aviation News | 21st December 2017 | Issue #444

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