Sky Prime Aviation Services is making its debut at MEBAA to show off its VIP charter capability.
Based in Riyadh, the company began operations just under a year ago and has accumulated an impressive fleet of VVIP-configured aircraft. Its fleet of 13 aircraft include a mix of Airbus corporate single-aisles and widebodies, along with Gulfstreams and Embraers.
Part of Sky Prime’s fleet was acquired from Saudi Arabian private aviation company Alpha Star Aviation Alpha Star Aviation Services in January, according to Flight Fleets Analyzer. Former chief executive Salem Abaid al Muzaini is now at the helmo of Sky Prime, which says it is the largest private aviation company in the Middle East.
Sky Prime has two aircraft on display at the show, an Airbus A340-200 (above) and an Embraer Legacy 500 (below). The company offers worldwide charters along with a wider suite of aviation services.
Source: Flight Daily News