Despite tight government restrictions on airspace, and the costly bureaucratic nightmare that is applying for flight permission, many of the world’s top business jet producers see China as a future goldmine in an otherwise limping global industry.
China's wealthy aren't just pouring money into the art market, international real estate, yachts and private aviation, wine and jewelry, they're investing heavily in wealth management products (WMPs), according to a new survey released this week.
Designed to function as a platform for executive-level communication and brand collaborations, as well as an educational and exposure-focused initiative, the Hainan Rendez-Vous is steadily becoming a key annual event in the Asian high-end market.
Despite tight government restrictions on airspace, many of the world’s top business jet producers see China as a future goldmine and a bright spot in an otherwise limping global industry.
Following the success of the two previous editions, the Hainan Rendez-Vous, China’s leading superyacht and business jet show, is set to propel Hainan to the very center of the international lifestyle scene.