Sunday, June 05, 2022

India-based private jet operator Enthral Aviation set to expand operations to Middle East

Private jet operator Enthral Aviation, which operates in India and Canada, is set to enter the Middle East market, setting up a subsidiary in Dubai to undertake charter and aircraft management operations in the UAE and neighbouring countries, the company top executive said.

The company also plans to offer an aircraft co-ownership model through which it aims to rope in Middle East and India-based investors under a revenue-sharing arrangement.

“The Middle East, especially Dubai, is a great global hub for private jet and helicopter flyers, with its status as one of the leading global financial capitals and strategic location. Enthral Aviation is looking forward to grabbing the opportunity that UAE and neighbouring countries have to offer by setting up a subsidiary in Dubai,” Tapish Khivensra, managing director of Enthral Aviation, told Arabian Business in an exclusive interview.

Entrepreneur Khivensra said Enthral Aviation is seeking the required business license from Dubai and the UAE aviation authorities and that the company was aiming to commence operations in Dubai by December this year.

“We will be operating in the region with an airport operator certificate (AOC) from Malta or San Marino. There are many like Empire Aviation which operates [in the UAE] on San Marino and Malta licence,” he said.

05/06/22 James Mathew/Arabian Business

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