The new location will serve as the company’s European sales and project management centre. “We will provide consultancy services in the sale and acquisition of airplanes and continue to arrange charter flights within Europe, the US, and other countries,” explained Status Jet president David Gerard Henry in a press release.
Paris was selected as the company’s new base as the city is the hub for European business jet travel. The office location on Paris’s most famous commercial street, Rue de Saint Honoré, was chosen to attract a global customer base while making Status Jet synonymous with luxury.
Naomi Davies is an FDI consultant at Investment Monitor, with expertise in location benchmarking and cross-border investment.