If you ask a person who hasn’t experienced private flight for his opinion about this market, you will probably get a mix of comments about how expensive, luxurious and celebrity-packed it is.
Executive aviation is gaining altitude thanks to its reliability, cost-efficiency and flexibility, three key variables that have changed how companies are doing business all over the world.
This past week Thomas Cook ceased to exist after 178 years of operations. It’s not the first time a major player declares in bankruptcy and, in fact, without going any further, in the past week alone three other European airlines grounded all flights due to economic inconsistencies: French Aigle Azur and XL Airways and Slovenian Adria Airways.
A self-made business man, who calls himself the ‘Halal Richard Branson’ has unveiled plans to launch Britain’s first Sharia compliant airline.
Bangladeshi-British businessman Kazi Shafiqur Rahman calls himself the Halal version of Richard Branson.
A self-styled ‘Halal Richard Branson’ is launching Britain’s first ‘Sharia compliant’ airline that serves no alcohol, Islamic in-flight meals and has a strict cabin crew dress code.
London-based Kazi Rahman used to work cleaning plane toilets, but now has his sights set on becoming the “halal Richard Branson” by launching his own airline.
Kazi Shafiqur Rahman is already a successful businessman. But the 32-year-old from east London wants more – his aim is to be ‘the halal Richard Branson’.