HONG KONG, May 21, 2019 – Hong Kong business aviation consulting firm Asian Sky Group (ASG) was recently granted accreditation through the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA), a trade organization aimed at setting the standards for efficient, effective and ethical business aircraft transactions. ASG is the first dealer headquartered in Asia to become a part of IADA, joining 25 existing dealers and seven new IADA dealers.

“ASG has always prided itself on its business practices, ethics and transparency,” says ASG Managing Director Jeffrey Lowe. “To become IADA certified solidifies this and will benefit, not only the industry, but the end users. We will continue to conduct transactions with the utmost professionalism to retain our status, which will provide our clients with continued trust and confidence through all stages of an aircraft transaction.”

Lowe continued: “ASG is also pleased to become the first Asia-based dealer a part of IADA. While many of the dealers engage in transactions in Asia, ASG solely represents Asia-Pacific based clients.”

ASG passed stringent requirements to become certified. Once granted initial accreditation, dealers must be re-accredited every three years. While only three percent of all aircraft dealers merit IADA accreditation, they handle more than 50 percent of the pre-owned business jet transactions. IADA recently launched, a marketplace listing aircraft offered by IADA dealers and brokers.

About Asian Sky Group

ASIAN SKY GROUP (ASG) is headquartered in Hong Kong with offices throughout the Asia-Pacific region. It has assembled the most experienced to provide a wide-range of business and general aviation independent services.

ASG is backed by SEACOR Holdings Inc., a publicly listed US company (NYSE: “CKH”), and Avion Pacific Limited, a mainland China-based general aviation service provider with over 25 years of experience and six sales offices throughout China.

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