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EJA's gamble on Senai set to pay off

Plans are under way to build a second hangar on the company's 1.8ha site

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Flight plan: Executive Jets Asia's hangar complex in Senai can take in two Airbus 320 aircraft and a number of business jets. Mr Singh (above) said that 'while there was only rentable land in Seletar, Senai offered to sell us land'.

[SINGAPORE] It was a risky move, even a gamble. After all, why leave the established Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore to resettle operations across the Johor Strait? But Executive Jets Asia (EJA), a start-up co-owned by aviation specialist Prithpal Singh and businessman David Ho, took that