Bhanu Choudhrie’s Unmatched Contribution to the Aviation Industry
Bhanu Choudhrie is among the top rated London investment gurus. His investment and philanthropic efforts won the recognition from the Asian Voice Public and Political Life Awards organizers. Bhanu emerged the Entrepreneur of the Year during the 2008 event at the age of 30 years. The investor made headlines by winning the award in a foreign soil at a young age. His academic skills from the University of Boston and Harvard School of Business never disappoint him. He has enjoyed a remarkable career over the years since completing his studies.
Before Bhanu Choudhrie located to London at the start of the millennium, he spent some time in the United States of America working as an intern at JP Morgan. The following year saw him start the C&C Group, a family private equity business that he heads to date. His exceptional leadership has helped the company to diversify its investments in real estate, hotels, aviation, among other areas. The company has invested in aviation in different ways that contribute positively to the industry.
For C&C Group to deliver successfully in the industry, Bhanu Choudhrie came up with the idea of starting AAG, Alpha Aviation Group Ltd. The company provides professionally trained pilots to different companies from its flight school located in the Philippines. The company won the trust of aviation companies to provide them with the pilots because it offers specialized training. The beauty of training from the company’s school is because it has advanced training programs, top-notch equipment, modern facilities, and qualified experts.
Most graduates from the aviation-training center have an impressive success rate. The school, on its part, works hard to ensure that the cadets succeed in their careers. One of the achievements of AAG Company under the leadership of Bhanu Choudhrie includes successful acquisitions. The company acquired Air Deccan, an Indian low-cost airline in 2003 and made it a powerhouse in five years. Air Deccan operated one plane, but the company grew tremendously. In five years, it would serve approximately seven million passengers by making 200 flights daily.
Bhanu Choudhrie continues to collaborate with various airlines like Jet Airways, Air Arabia, VietJet Air, and the Philippine as well as Cebu Pacific Airlines. AAG also provides pilots to Boeing and Airbus in the Asia-Pacific region from its training centers that have produced approximately 800 pilots so far.
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