Titan Aviation, an international provider of aircraft management, aircraft sales, and aircraft charter, recently opened its United States headquarters inside Morristown Municipal Airport. Titan Aviation also recently opened an office at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Titan Aviation’s globally-managed fleet of nearly 30 aircraft includes a variety of options, from light jets to ultra-long-range aircraft. Among the aircraft available to charter are a Challenger 650 which carries up to 12 passengers and travels 4,600 miles, or eight hours, in one non-stop flight, Lineage 1000, Bombardier Global 6000, Legacy 650, and Gulfstream GV.
“We are excited to open a new office in the heart of the lucrative private aviation metros of New York City and New Jersey,” said Captain Sakeer C. Sheik, founder and chairman of Titan Aviation. “We see tremendous growth potential in the market, and look forward to introducing what large, mass-charter companies cannot offer, such as direct access to management and dedicated client service representatives day or night.”
A study by Harvard University identified air charter as the most cost-effective way to travel when lost labor hours and an individual’s productivity is considered.
“New York metro area business professionals know time is money; our aircraft can be ready in less than three hours,” said Horm Irani, general manager of Titan Aviation. “Private jet charter clients arrive at their destination less stressed and arrive home with more work done,” added Irani.
The expansion brings Titan Aviation’s international experience to New Jersey, a hotspot for business travelers. Titan Aviation’s international experience includes Europe, Dubai, India, and other markets that operate under the highest levels of jurisdictional oversight. This background has equipped the aviation services provider with a high degree of professionalism, safety, quality, and customer care.
Founded in 2004, Titan Aviation has earned many industry accreditations, including ARGUS and Wyvern. Titan Aviation is also a member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF), the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA), and the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA). Titan Aviation also abides by the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), demonstrating a commitment to the highest levels of safety in personal, business and charter aviation through the promotion and facilitation of risk management programs. Titan Aviation is one of just a few organizations to have earned all of these accreditations and affiliations.
Titan Aviation is gearing up for a series of major announcements in the fourth quarter of 2018.
“Our target is to have 50 jets in the USA before 2020,” says Sheik. To achieve this goal, Sheik says the company is looking at medevac aircraft, which can be converted into a VIP charter aircraft.
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