Opul Jets is planning to acquire an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) holder in the European Union to gain unrestricted access to this market, Chief Executive Harry Ackerman told AIN.

According to its website, the British company currently operates a Learjet 40 placed on the AOC of SaxonAir Charter (SXN, Norwich International) and a Bombardier Global Express placed with Malta's Av8Jet. The company is in the process of acquiring a Cessna Citation CJ2, which will be its first non-Bombardier Business Aircraft aircraft.

Opul Jets does not have its own AOC. It bases its aircraft out of London Biggin Hill but also maintains offices at Isle of Man, Dubai World Central, and Mumbai International airports. It plans to buy an FBO at Isle of Man airport.