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Carlos Ghosn: illegal use of MNG Jet's aircraft © MNG Jet

| Alexandre Rocchi

Carlos Ghosn: illegal use of MNG Jet's aircraft

MNG Jet filed a criminal complaint concerning the illegal use of its jet charter services in relation to Carlos Ghosn’s escape from Japan.

On Wednesday 1 January 2020, MNG Jet filed a criminal complaint concerning the illegal use of its jet charter services in relation to Carlos Ghosn’s escape from Japan.

"In December 2019, MNG Jet leased two separate private jets to two different clients: one private jet from Dubai to Osaka and Osaka to Istanbul, and another private jet from Istanbul to Beirut", states Can ŞAŞMAZ, General Manager of MNG Jet. "The two leases were seemingly not connected to each other. The name of Mr Ghosn did not appear in the official documentation of any of the flights", he adds. The jets did not belong to but were operated by MNG Jet.

"After having learnt through the media that the leasing was benefitting Mr Ghosn and not the officially declared passengers", MNG Jet launched an internal inquiry and filed a criminal complaint in Turkey on Wednesday 1 January 2020 to prosecute those who were involved. "One employee of the company, who is under investigation by the authorities, has admitted having falsified the records. He confirmed that he acted in his individual capacity, without the knowledge or the authorisation of the management of MNG Jet", specifies Can ŞAŞMAZ.

"MNG Jet is pro-actively cooperating with the authorities and hopes that the people who illegally used and/or facilitated the use of the services of the company will be duly prosecuted", comments the General Manager of the Turkish company.

 

MNG Jet is an international company offering solutions in business jet maintenance, operation and charter services. Headquartered in Turkey, it operates globally according to international standards.

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