Kazakhstan’s Prime Aviation picks Rizon Jet

Alasdair Whyte

Prime Aviation in Kazakhstan has started a four-month Challenger 605 aircraft charter agreement with Rizon Jet.

The aircraft will be based in Almaty or Astana. Both companies will sell charters on it to their customers.

“We are happy to be entering into this agreement with Rizon Jet, a forward looking aircraft management company with a can do approach and we look forward to working with them to develop more activities out of Kazakhstan, which is slowly beginning to develop as a lucrative private charter market,” said Michael O´Brien , president and CEO of Prime Aviation.

Patrick Enz, Rizon Jet’s CEO, added: “It has been our goal for some time to start exploring the central Asian market and this terrific opportunity to partner up with Prime Aviation, a reliable and reputable player in Kazakhstan presents an excellent opportunity.”

Prime Aviation was launched in 2005 to offer VIP and business aviation services in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Based in Doha in Qatar Rizon Jet also operates in the UAE, Bahrain and the UK. As well as offering aircraft to charter it also owns hangars, VIP terminals and fixed based operation facilities at Doha International Airport and London Biggin Hill

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