Indian private jet specialist Fly Sirius says it has taken delivery of its maiden aircraft.

Hawker 4000 N458WB (msn RC-50) was ferried from Wichita Eisenhower to Delhi International via Dubai World Central, Copenhagen Kastrup, and Goose Bay earlier last month. The 14-year-old jet was cancelled from the US register on April 30, US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) records show.

Fly Sirius is a joint venture between Airavat Aviation, a subsidiary of Dubai-based shipping outfit Transworld Group, and Sirius India Airlines Pvt. Ltd, a firm with ties to two former SpiceJet (SG, Delhi International) executives. It has previously stated it would expand to three jets by the end of 2024 and a dozen aircraft by the close of 2025.

Airavat has at least two other Hawker 4000s in its possession.