Charles Clair describes the genesis of the Clair Group and its various companies, including the business aviation company Astonjet and the maintenance centre Astontec. After the impact of the sanitary crisis, the group was able to rebound by participating in the air bridge system between France and China and then by taking advantage of the boom in business aviation, which for a time represented the only viable solution for business travel, while the connectivity is struggling to recover. He also discusses the importance of Ryanair’s recent contract with its Astonfly flight school, before evoking its growth plans, especially on the international scene.