Our CEO Albert Yip was interviewed by the Capital Weekly, which is a prestigious newspaper in Hong Kong. Despite Covid-19 and the current recession of the aviation industry, Albert witnessed a fourfold increase in the demand for private air charter services. Since the inception of the pandemic, Aero Link has served over 90 families, 60% of which were coming back to Hong Kong and Asia from the United States. He explains that flying charter only costs 30% more than a first-class flight ticket but it allows the passenger to be served exclusively, so it is the safest option during travel restrictions.
In view of the growing popularity of on-demand air charter flight, Aero Link will expand its operations by adding 10 more aircraft and hiring 20 more pilots through asset-back security financing. Albert plans to launch his charter services overseas and has been in talks with travel agencies in the U.S. He adds that the Aero Link App will be released by the end of the year to enhance customer service experience. Besides, he notices that the air charter market is expanding in China, so he has diversified his services to accommodate the needs for high-quality aircraft leasing and aviation management by mainland clients. Currently, Aero Link is managing a database of over 3000 pilots and planning to further expand its geographical coverage to Mainland China and Europe. Albert is also planning to let Aero Link go public, and for this reason, he is hiring engineers and other aviation professionals to optimize the operations of the company.