Deer Jet has said it will add a second Dream Jet to its managed fleet as it seeks to build its portfolio of luxury aircraft.
The news comes as the first Dream Jet plane was showcased at the Museum of Flight, formerly known as The Red Barn, the birthplace of the Boeing Company.
During the press conference which was hold at the end of the display, Adam Tan, chief executive, HNA Group, Deer Jet’s parent company, said:
“The first 787 Dream Jet is a masterpiece, after its global success we are very pleased to add a second one as we decided to build the largest Dream Jet fleet in the world. It will also be managed by Deer Jet, the top private jet company in Asia. I believe this will provide the highest quality of premium business travel services to our worldwide high-end customers.”
In September 2016, Deer Jet took over the operation of the world’s first 787 Dream Jet, and made its maiden flight to Hong Kong.
The second 787 BBJ VVIP, the aircraft would be expected to be delivered in the first half of 2018, Deer Jet would become the only jet operator with the finest airplanes in its fleet to better serve the global premium business travel market.
During his speech at the press conference, Kevin McAllister, chief executive, Boeing Commercial Airplanes added:
“Deer Jet is setting the standard for private charter travel, and Boeing is excited to be part of it with the 787, the most technologically advanced and ecologically efficient business jet on the market.”
Deer Jet is also launching exclusive bespoke travel packages aboard the 787 Dream Jet, starting with the Hong Kong to Tahiti Dream Journey.
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