Princely Jets

Princely Jets
IATA ICAO Callsign
PJ PJP PRINCELY JETS
Hubs Jinnah International Airport
Fleet size 7
Destinations 8
Parent company Akbar Group
Headquarters Karachi, Pakistan
Website http://www.princelyjets.com/

Princely Jets is Pakistan's first private charter jet operator, based at Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, Pakistan. It is owned by the Akbar Group.[1] The airline started operations in November 2005 with a single aircraft and now operates a fleet of three jets and three helicopters. The airline will take delivery of another helicopter and two more jets by the end of 2016. The airline has been operating charters actively in the Middle East and South Asia region flying royalty, diplomats, businessmen, heads of state and high-net-worth individuals.[2]

Destinations

Princely Jets serve the following destinations:

Country City Airport Status
PakistanSialkotSialkot International Airport
PakistanFaisalabadFaisalabad International Airport
PakistanIslamabadIslamabad International Airport
PakistanKarachiJinnah International AirportHub
PakistanLahoreAllama Iqbal International Airport
UAEDubaiDubai International Airport
Saudi ArabiaJeddahKing Abdul Aziz International Airport
OmanMuscatMuscat International Airport

Fleet

Princely Jets consists of the following fleet:[3]

Princely Jets Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Notes
Challenger 604 1 0 Jet
Citation Bravo 1 0 Jet
Bombardier Challenger 601-3R 1 0 Jet
Eurocopter BO-105 3 0 Helicopter
Eurocopter EC-130 1 0 Helicopter
Total 7 0

References

  1. Group, Akbar (28 January 2007). "Aviation Division". Retrieved 8 November 2016 via http://www.akbargroup.com.pk/aviation_division.htm.
  2. Jets, Princely (31 December 2005). "Princely Jets (Private) Ltd". Linked In. Princely Jets. Retrieved 8 November 2016.
  3. "Princely Jet Fleet". 08/11/2016. Retrieved 08/11/2016. Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)


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