- Akasa Air hopes to start operations in India by the summer season of 2022.
- Akasa Air obtained Civil Aviation Ministry’s nod to fly in October.
- The ultra-low value airline goals to ‘democratize air journey’ within the nation.
Akasa Air Newest Information: Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed but to be launched airline Akasa Air has ordered 72 ‘737 Max’ plane from US-based aerospace firm Boeing.
“Akasa Air’s order consists of two variants from the 737 MAX household, together with the 737-8 and the high-capacity 737-8-200,” a joint assertion by Akasa Air and Boeing acknowledged.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation had final month given a no-objection certificates (NOC) for the operation of Akasa Air in India.
Akasa Air hopes to start operations in India in the summertime 2022. The ultra-low value airline goals to ‘democratize air journey’ within the nation.
“India is among the fastest-growing aviation markets on the earth with an unparalleled potential. We’re already witnessing a powerful restoration in air journey, and we see many years of development forward of us,” Akasa Air CEO Vinay Dube had stated talking on the 2021 Dubai Airshow lately.
“Akasa Air’s core objective is to assist energy India’s development engine and democratize air journey by creating an inclusive surroundings for all Indians no matter their socio-economic or cultural backgrounds,” he added.