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The business aviation market in the Asia-Pacific region is growing

According to the Internet portal BizavNews, Global Jet Capital, which develops and delivers financial solutions for companies operating its business aviation, recently published a study of the market in the Asia-Pacific region. It follows that over the past five years, a total of four and a half hundred business jets have been delivered there, the total value of which amounted to 22 billion US dollars. About 80% of these machines were purchased through external financing. The most airliners of business aviation were purchased by companies and private individuals from China (225 planes worth 12.75 billion US dollars). This country accounts for 57% of supplies. It is followed by Hong Kong, India and Japan (respectively, 65, 21 and 15 business jets). According to Global Jet Capital, in the near future the business aviation market of this region will grow: only this year the amount of external financing of aircraft supplies will be at least 17.5 billion US dollars. In this case, about a third of this amount will be spent by wealthy individuals, and 70% by the company. 

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