Lithuanian aircraft leasing and charter company GetJet Airlines, owned by Alexander Celiadin’s GetJet Aviation, reports significant growth, with EBITDA increasing over fourfold to €28.1 million (a 316% rise), net profit jumping 5.7 times higher than 2022 (469% growth), and revenue rising by 70% to €176 million from €103.9 million. As stated by GetJet executives, the recovery of the aviation market to pre-pandemic levels and the company’s strategic emphasis on delivering premium service quality “played a pivotal role in the growth of financial performance”. “The demand for flights was on the rise; however, not all airlines were able to swiftly restore

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