Fly high with Neel Khokhani and his strategy to start an aviation career

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You must have thought about your career right? Of course, everyone does. But what if you achieve your goals at a young age? Don’t you think this can be the best thing that can ever happen to your life? Well, it is very clear that everyone desires this. Neel Khokhani did the same, he completed his studies and shifted to Australia with his family. At a very young age, he has already aimed his goals towards aviation and wanted to become a pilot.

At present, he is amongst the richest youngsters of Australia along with his wife. Now coming to his accomplishments let’s talk about the foundation of Soar Aviation flying school in Australia which was established by him. At the very first stage of beginning his career, he first learned flying and got his commercial Private License and he started flying. Then after a while, he founded a flying school in Australia which was named Soar Aviation.

Now, these days from last few years Soar Aviation is the biggest flying school in Australia. There are over 500 students present over there who are learning to fly. He has provided 67 aircraft so that students can learn to fly practically too and should not face any difficulty in their careers. His own flying school was located in Melbourne. He had $5000 for his savings and with that, he crowdfunded the first aircraft. After that, he sold lessons that were highly discounted to a group of buying sites named Scoopon, and then in a day he used to sell $180,000 vouchers.

Now Neel’s age must be around 30, and there must be $66 million fortunes that have been built by him. Not only this, but he is also ranked as the 51st richest youngster in Australia. By birth he is actually from India later on he came to Australia for his studies and career. Sidney’s Banks Airport was the place where he learned flying. As a youngster, he was much inspired by Richard Branson, and he also desired to start his own airline and he was so serious about this that he told his plan to daily mail Australia.

Discussing an ambitious and the youngest pilot Neel Khokhani, who has worked consistently to make his dream true. He was just 22 years old and he advised his boss that the fleet size of a particular aircraft could be better and because of this, he was dismissed from his job.