Arabianindustry.com – Dubai-based Titan Aviation adds three jets to fleet

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Dubai-based international aviation services firm Titan Aviation will add three new aircraft to its fleet to mark its 10th year of operations, the firm announced.

The company said that it had inducted a Hawker 900XP, Learjet 60XR and Embraer Legacy 650 to the managed fleet, which now comprises seven business jets and one helicopter, based in the Middle East, India and Europe.

“We are delighted to mark our 10th anniversary by adding three new aircraft to the managed fleet. We also have a further four managed aircraft in the pipeline, so the business has real momentum,” said Captain Sakeer Sheik, Managing Director of Titan Aviation.

“It’s been an eventful 10 years in which we have seen the regional private aviation industry consolidate and mature, and Titan has played a role in this process by offering all the benefits and advantages of aircraft ownership without any of the burdens such as regulatory issues, operational coordination, maintenance and administrative matters, and crew. We have also sold over 35 aircraft in this period, helped make aircraft profitable for owners and developed a unique regional aviation HR service.”

Titan’s fleet already includes Embraer Legacy 600s, and Embraer Phenom 100s. Two of the managed business jets are available to the charter market.

“During the last 10 years, Titan Aviation has successfully placed 450 pilots in the region – as well as Crew members, Examiners & Instructors and Sales/Marketing Managers in aviation companies across the region and this is an achievement of which we are especially proud,” added Captain Sakeer. “This confidential aviation HR service remains unique and it has made a significant contribution to the development of the industry in the region. We are always on the look out for talented professionals and we are now looking ahead to the rise of low-cost airlines and expect to be working with more specialists in this field in the future.”

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