Our Track Record
Emir Aviation has been mandated exclusively by a client in the GCC to source, inspect, negotiate the purchase price and arrange for the supplemental financing of at least 3 but up to 5 units of regional jets with a maximum seating capacity of 50.
We have been mandated to source, inspect, and negotiate the purchase price on behalf of our clients in West Africa one unit of A320 with not more than 15 years of age.
Our team has been mandated by one of our client in East Africa to source one unit of MD11F cargo aircraft on a six-month full charter contract to conduct weekly cargo flights into the UAE.
We have also been mandated exclusively to source and negotiate a B737-Combi aircraft on one-year ACMI contract for operation in East Africa.
Emir Aviation is advising a group in West Africa on the setting up a regional airline by reviewing their draft business plan with the view to sourcing the required financing for the planned airline.
Emir Aviation team has set up a Hajj and Umrah charter airline from scratch in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
We have also been responsible for the restructuring of an existing charter airline and its recertification by the authorities in the GCC region (under process), involving the restructuring of the airline’s revenue model, its huge debt, negotiating with the lessors for a completely different fleet (wide-body versus narrow-body aircraft), rewriting the entire operational and administrative manuals system, and recruiting new post-holders, flight crew, cabin crew, and technical and administrative teams.
Emir Aviation was contracted by Air India in 2013 to up-lift 23,000 pilgrims from 5 gateways in India to Jeddah and Medina Munawwarah, however, the operation was aborted due to the free-fall of the local currency as the basis of the contract.
Emir Aviation was contracted by Ariana Afghan Airlines in 2010 to provide a B747-300 to carry 5,000 passengers from Jeddah to Kabul.
Emir Aviation was contracted by Tajik Air in 2008 and 2009 to air-lift Tajikistan Hajj pilgrims. The operation was very successful and our team was awarded several commendations from the Ministry of Culture of Tajikistan, the Tajik Air, the Saudi Arabia GACA and our supporting partner in Jeddah.
Emir Aviation was contracted by the Kyrgyz Air (the national flag carrier of the Kyrgyz Republic) in 2009 to air-lift its assigned share of the Kyrgyz hajj pilgrims.
Emir Aviation was also mandated by the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Pakistan to air-lift 25,000 hajj pilgrims from Islamabad and Lahore to Jeddah and Medina Munawwarah during the 2009 and 2010 hajj seasons.