Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Deer Jet Arrive In Antartica

Deer Jet made history recently by becoming the first Chinese private jet operator to fly from China to the Antarctic. The arrival of one the company's private jet at Wolfs Fang airport marks a new charter service between China and the Antarctic.

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

Deer Jet's Antarctic landing is a more than a milestone for China's business aviation. This operation is also a significant contribution for the development of international air travel and transportation, providing access to the world's most remote areas.

For this challenging flight, Deer Jet prepared for over a year, conducting and evaluating hundreds of risks, flight routes, flight support and emergency plans to ensure a safe flight. This level of precision and attention to detail is what made Deer Jet the first World's Seven Star Private Jet Company.

This new achievement adds to the list of milestones achieved at the company. Deer Jet has expanded its operation across 800 airports covering 180 countries and territories and built up a comprehensive network offering on-demand charters, aircraft management, brokerage, ground handling, FBO, air medical, and luxury travel.

Deer Jet is adding a new chapter to the history of the travel industry by building infrastructure and introducing innovative services for better and faster international travel.

After launching the new route, Deer Jet will add the Antarctic continent to its travel itineraries. The new service enhances the company's strengths by enhancing its travel products.

Deer Jet is focusing on the design of new services to serve new segments. This Antarctic flight will boost Deer Jet's growth while satisfying a growing demand global business travellers.

However, not everyone is happy with another new air service to the region, various environmental groups have criticised the move citing increased pollution from another jet charter service that brig in more rich tourists that threaten not only the emperor penguins they've come to see but also the very future of Antartica itself. 

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