Firm brings exciting airborne thrills to RAK
Ras Al Khaimah, December 5, 2011
RAK Sky Eagles, an aviation events and activities organizer based in Ras Al Khaimah, plans to bring in some of the world’s most popular airborne adventures and water sports to the emirate in the coming months.
The company also revealed that it will soon announce details of a mega event scheduled to take place early next year, attracting participants and visitors from across the world.
A subsidiary of Caraveel Entertainment, an entertainment group formed in 1972 in Jordan, RAK Sky Eagles offers adventurers the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go sky diving, powered parachuting, parasailing, or gyrocopter flying.
It also provides flight training and certification for microlight planes and conducts air and sea tours.
'We find deep fulfillment in bringing out a passion for the sky from our clients against the backdrop of Ras Al Khaimah’s beautiful natural scenery,' said Captain Anas Mohammed Ramadan, CEO & founder of RAK Sky Eagles.
'In the coming months we will introduce a series of activities aimed at meeting our obligations to our clients and advancing the development of Ras Al Khaimah which participants and audiences alike are sure to enjoy,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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