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NEXUS Flight Operations Services reaches India's shores

Posted 22 February 2012 · Add Comment

Middle East flight operations services company NEXUS has announced the establishment of NEXUS India following its expansion into Africa and the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Mumbai's Sovika Airline Services Ltd.

NEXUS chairman Mohammed Alzeer said: “During the past decade the market growth in India has been phenomenal and is set to further increase as the Indian economy continues its expansion. Our vision is to transform NEXUS into a global service provider through strong partnerships with the most reputable aviation organizations. In India, Sovika is a leader that we are proud to partner with.”

Sovika chairman Sohan Mehta commented: “Sovika has been working within India’s aviation industry for over 20 years and since inception, we have seen accelerated growth in all corners of the country. We are proud to have been part of this progression and we are now proud to introduce such a well-established company as NEXUS into the arena.”

Abdullah Al-Sayed, NEXUS president & CEO, said the company is very proud to have achieved so much over the past year, particularly in terms of strategic relationships with world players. “This latest partnership with Sovika Services comes as part of NEXUS’ expansion strategy which aims to strengthen the company’s reputation as the leading provider of Flight Operation Services in the Middle East and make it synonymous with top quality international standards.”

NEXUS president & CEO Abdullah Al-Sayed

 

Al-Sayed added: “Sovika has a superior and rich understanding of India’s aviation industry and a diverse portfolio of services to offer and we are thoroughly looking forward to sharing our company’s skills and expertise.”

Sovika Airline Services’ director Sahil Mehta said the partnership was significant as they develop the company’s links to the Middle East & Africa. “With NEXUS we not only have more direct connections to the most well-respected and elite clients in the Middle East & Africa but we will also expand our network to include global industry players in safety, security and training. Together, through these relationships, we can further enhance India’s already successful aviation sector.”

 

 

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