The Dominvs Group – a family-run real estate and investment company based in London, UK, has entered the business aviation sector. Dominvs Aviation’s services will include asset management solutions, charter and aircraft trading. The company is based in London and launched on 1 June 2019.
Dominvs Aviation was founded by CEO Chris Mace (pictured above right), who previously founded charter business SaxonAir, and Sukhpal Ahluwalia (pictured above left), an entrepreneur and chairman of Dominvs Group.
“While the company’s core focus is aircraft acquisitioning and sales, it also provides a turnkey asset management service providing clients with comprehensive aviation solutions; including operations, finance, ownership structure, importation and crewing,” said Mace. “These are just a few of the elements that collectively ensure our clients receive the best, safest and most efficient solutions.”
Dominvs Aviation says it will trade aircraft and build up its own stock, taking opportunities from around the globe for aircraft that represent value and potential for clients. “These will involve project management and likely some maintenance, refurbishment or upgrades before being placed back into the marketplace for resale,” said Mace.
Dominvs already manages a Bombardier Challenger 605 with AOC operator SaxonAir Charter and is working with clients to bring more aircraft into the operation as part of its asset management service.
Established in 2011, Dominvs Group has divisions specialising in hospitality, residential property, commercial property, aviation, private equity and wealth management. Dominvs manages over £700m worth of assets including a portfolio of hotels across the UK.
“I am proud to expand Dominvs Group further into the exciting world of aviation and bring together a highly experienced team to enable clients to enjoy its immense benefits, while we recognise the regulation and exacting standards of aviation that go to ensure safety remains at the forefront of the operation,” said Ahluwalia.
Dominvs Aviation has also brought in some further industry management expertise with Chris Oldfield joining as head of asset services, and Rebecca Spinks as head of flight services.