Bhanu Choudhrie is an entrepreneur that operates in London as an investor and philanthropist. He’s gone from the ranks of Harvard to the centre of the investment universe, where he’s made a serious reputation as a savvy businessman. He finished his undergraduate degree and soon gained an internship at JP Morgan. Returning to London in 2001, he later started a private equity firm that many viewed as a premature move. However, they were proved wrong when that firm turned into a profitable investment company. Bhanu Choudhrie continued to execute several successful business endeavours within England, with his most recent interest being in aviation. Alpha Aviation Group is the only flight school that can provide training to pilots, while also being an excellently crafted and maintained facility. The training programs are designed to help pilots get the most out of their careers and give them valuable training that will keep them and their passengers safe. This program has been met with a positive response, which has led to many airlines giving graduates of Alpha Aviation Group preferential treatment when it comes to hiring. Bhanu Choudhrie also acquired a tiny airline in India that only had one plane in service. Later, that same company turned into a booming business that offered 200 flights a day. An explosion of growth like that is very rare in the aviation business. The aviation business does have downsides, however, specifically when the price of oil gets too high. Even though this was a danger that Bhanu Choudhrie faced, he still managed to make intelligent decisions that gave life to the airline. One of the first issues that he faced in growing his company was finding qualified pilots. In order to solve this problem, he decided that a revamp of pilot training was needed. A new facility was built, which was costly and risky, however it soon led to a new generation of pilots that could help power his airline business. Many people disagreed with the idea to fund a facility that may not turn a profit, however it was Bhanu Choudhrie’s belief that it would be worth it in the end.