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Name: SILVER AIR
7JetSet7 Code: SVR
Status: Operational
Region: MIDDLE EAST
City: DUBAI
Country: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Employees 97
Web: silverairuae.com
Email: info@silverairuae.com
Telephone: +971 4 393 2294
Fax: +971 4 393 8868
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SVR-APR05-A

Formed in 2004. Charter, domestic, regional & international, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.

Address:
PO Box 14579
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai can either refer to 1 of the 7 Emirates that constitute the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the eastern Arabian Peninsula, or that Emirate's main city, sometimes called "Dubai city" to distinguish it from the Emirate. The modern Emirate of Dubai was created with the formation of the (UAE) in 1971. However, written accounts documenting the existence of the city have existed at least 150 years prior to the formation of the (UAE). Dubai shares legal, political, military and economic functions with the other emirates within a federal framework, although each Emirate has jurisdiction over some functions such as civic law enforcement and provision and upkeep of local facilities. Dubai has the largest population and is the 2nd largest Emirate by area, after Abu Dhabi. As of 2007, 800 new residents were setting up home in Dubai every day. With Abu Dhabi, it is 1 of only 2 Emirates to possess veto power over critical matters of national importance in the (UAE). Dubai has been ruled by the Al Maktoum dynasty since 1833. The city's current ruler, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is also the Vice President and Prime Minister of the (UAE).

Revenues from petroleum and natural gas contribute to <3% of Dubai's US$ 46 billion economy (2006). A majority of the Emirate's revenues are from the Jebel Ali free zone (JAFZ) and, increasingly, from tourism and other service businesses. Dubai has attracted world-wide attention through innovative real estate projects and sports events. However, this increased attention, coinciding with its emergence as a world business hub, has also highlighted human rights issues concerning its largely foreign workforce.

Dubai is the fastest growing city and tourism destination in the World. In the past 2 decades, Dubai has emerged as a regional business hub and trade destination with a massive geographical reach from West Africa across the entire Middle East and through to Central Asia. Dubai is the place to do business in the region. The city itself boasts population growth estimated at >30,000 new residents a month and this has contributed to hundreds of billions of dollars of investment in infrastructure and property development. The city is a fascinating place where the modern and traditional stand side by side. Dubai offers some of the worlds best shopping, golf courses, beaches, fantastic hotels and bustling souks, all combining to make this 1 of the world's most exciting cities.

March 2005: 4 737-268's (20576; 21280, J2-SRH; 21360, J2-KCE; 21361), bought from Saudi Arabian Airlines (SVA), deliveries.

October 2005: 737-268 wet-leased to Iraq Air (IRQ) as (J2-SHB).

November 2006: Silver Air (SVR) provides passenger and cargo, charter services on a wet-lease basis using a fleet of 737-200's. All airplanes are registered in Djibouti.

Main Base: Dubai International Airport (DXB).

Hub: Djibouti airport.

April 2008: Rashid Khan, Commercial Director.

June 2008: Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies provides Silver Air (SVR) of Djibouti with Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) service for its 737-200s under a total care agreement.

August 2008: Silver Air (SVR) selected Jordan Aircraft (JOR) Maintenance to conduct "C" checks on 737-200s and prepare airplanes for registration in the (UAE). The work takes place at Queen Alia International and is slated for completion next month.

October 2008: Silver Air (SVR), a charter and wet-lease (ACMI) carrier based in Dubai, said it has received its (UAE) air operator's certificate (AOC). It has 3 737-200s and 1 737-300 and said it plans to operate 10 737 Classics by 2010.

737-306 (23541, A6-JUD), ex-(KLM), ex-(PH-BDE), delivery.

December 2008: Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies provides Silver Air (SVR) with Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) services on 3 737-200s and a 737-300 under a "Total Care Solution" agreement.

August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Silver Air (SVR) is accepting flight crew (FC) First Officer applications. 6 were in class in July and 30 were needed for the remainder of 2013.

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September 2017:

4 737-268 (JT8D-15) (297-20576, /72 J2-KCC; 471-21280, /76 J2-SRH; 485-21360, /77 J2-KCE; 488-21361, /77 J2-SRS), BF (SVA). 1 WET-LST (IRQ) 2005-10. 14F, 88Y.

1 737-306 (CFM56-3B1) (1309-23541, A6-JUD), EX-(KLM) EX-(PH-BDE). 120Y.

Management:
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NABIL MUSTAFA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) & PRESIDENT.

RASHID KHAN, COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR.

 
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