LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/13 -- The Small Business Company (PINKSHEETS: SBCO), DBA -- Select Business and Corporation Opportunities, Inc., a Business Development Company, announces the completion and signing of a binding Purchase Agreement for 100% (one hundred) of the stock of Ryan International Airlines, Inc., for an undisclosed sum. Ryan ceased official operations on January 11, 2013. Astra Jet, LLC has been in negotiations for the Stock Purchase since that date. Astra Jet has formed a Nevada Limited Liability Company, AJet Holdings, LLC to act as a Holding Company for its operations and Ryan will be renamed and rebranded as Astra Jet, as soon as regulatory approval is obtained.
Astra Jet can now develop additional routes and will provide exceptional service on flights from Europe to Sanford/Orlando, Japan, South Korea, China, the Hawaiian Islands and Las Vegas.
Mr.Simon Edwards, Astra Jet Group CEO and an SBCO Director, commented, "With the purchase of Ryan, we now have the ability to expand our services and provide an exceptional experience for our passengers. In addition, we will now be completing the B777 certification and are excited to bring our expansion plans to fruition!"
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