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JSS appoints director of business development for Turkey

Posted 22 March 2021 · Add Comment

Jet Support Services, (JSSI), a provider of maintenance support and financial services to the business aviation industry, has appointed Serdar Tamer as director of business development for Turkey, Greece and India.

 

JSS appoints Serdar Tamer as director of business development for Turkey, Greece and India. Image:  Jet Support Services

“The last decade has seen strong growth in private jet usage and ownership across Turkey, Greece and India, and the five-year forecast for further growth bodes well for opportunities in the region. We are delighted to welcome Serdar Tamer as a dedicated local expert, helping JSSI lead the sector for business aviation MRO services and provide enhanced customer support throughout this important region,” said Mark Winzar, JSSI’s senior vice president of business development for EMEAA and APAC.

 

“As the market continues to grow in Turkey and India particularly, I recognise an opportunity to demonstrate the unique advantage of JSSI’s independent offering to aircraft owners and operators,” said Tamer. “I am thrilled to be joining this experienced team and eagerly look forward to supporting existing and new customers throughout the aircraft life cycle with JSSI’s hourly cost maintenance programs and suite of products and service.”

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