Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) announced that it has appointed Jaslyn Chan as the new president of JSSI Asia. Chan will provide strategic leadership from JSSI’s regional headquarters in Hong Kong as part of the company’s continued growth in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Chan joins JSSI with an exclusive background in the aviation industry. In her most recent role, she was responsible for marketing and business development at TAG Aviation Asia, managing over 50 private aircraft. Previously, she was director and chief operating officer at Asia Jet Partners, overseeing operations and strategic planning for the business. Chan implemented many highly successful new business initiatives and helped lead the company to double-digit growth.
“We are thrilled to introduce Jaslyn as the president of JSSI Asia,” said Neil Book, president and CEO of JSSI. “She is an outstanding leader, entrepreneurial, and shares our commitment to customer service. The appointment of Jaslyn also reflects our growth in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. We need to meet the demands of our growing customer base in this region and work to exceed their expectations.”
“As we continue to launch new products and services, Jaslyn has the skillset to drive significant growth in the months, quarters and years ahead,” continued Book. “I am extremely optimistic about our future in the Asia–Pacific market and delighted to now have Jaslyn providing day-to-day leadership for our business in the region.”
Chan holds an MBA in airline management and professional leadership and is now studying for an executive MBA at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School. She completed her bachelor’s degree in aviation management at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and is a member of the Asian Business Aviation Association. Prior to joining the aviation industry, Chan was a regional brand manager for Nestlé where she managed and established a sales team and branch office in Beijing, China.
“I’m truly honored and grateful for this exciting opportunity,” said Chan. “JSSI has demonstrated huge growth in this region and I am looking forward to working with Neil and the team to further support owners, operators and business partners in the region. We will ultimately be able to provide new and existing clients in the Asia–Pacific region with a whole new level of global maintenance support and customer service.”