Global Jet Capital joined the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) after recently becoming a member of the German Business Aviation Association (GBAA).
Company analysis of industry data by Global Jet Capital reveals there are 1,736 business jets in the midsize, heavy and airliner category based in Europe, accounting for around 13% of the global total. Between now and 2025, 1,530 business jets worth as much as $46 billion are expected to be delivered to the continent.
Robert Gates, head of Sales for Europe, Asia and Middle East of Global Jet Capital, said, “Europe is the world’s second largest private aviation market after North America, and it’s a focus region for us as we grow our business. Matthias Müller, based in Zurich, and Graeme Shanks, based in London, have recently joined the Global Jet Capital team as sales directors to cover this important market.”
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