Dubai-based Empire Aviation Group (EAG) said its affiliate, Empire Aircraft Management Services Private Limited (EAMSPL), has been awarded a non-scheduled operator’s permit (NSOP) by the Civil Aviation Department in India.
With this new permit, the EAMSPL will be able to provide aircraft management, operations and charter services in support of private aircraft in India.
The first aircraft to be managed and operated in India under the NSOP will be an Embraer Legacy 650, which will also be available for charter, said the Emirati company.
EAG is marking its 10th anniversary at Dubai Air Show 2017, where the company will be presenting its aircraft management, aircraft sales and charter services at a dedicated pavilion, alongside a new division providing aircraft brokerage services.
EAG will also have an Embraer Legacy 650 business jet on static display and which is also available for sale.
Paras P. Dhamecha, the managing director of EAG, said: "The India permit is a great news for EAMSPL; this means it can build on its existing services to offer a broader range of integrated private aviation services, to meet the demands of one of the most exciting aviation markets in the world."
"Over the last 10 years, we have built EAG into a global player in private aviation services and a Dubai aviation success story. Our distinctive aircraft asset management strategy has proved to be very successful, attracting aircraft owners from across the world," stated Dhamecha.
Today, Empire is one of the leading private aviation companies in the Middle East with one of the region’s largest managed fleets of business jets and more than 20 aircraft under management, he added.
Since launching in Dubai in 2007, EAG has developed into a global player with operations in the leading private aviation regions, including the US, Europe, India, Africa and Hong Kong, in addition to the Middle East. EAG now holds AOCs in the UAE and San Marino.-TradeArabia News Service
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