TE24 Business Desk:
NEW DELHI – An airline backed by billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwara, Aaksha Airlines, will begin commercial operations on August 7 with its first flight on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route.
The airline has announced that it will use Boeing 737 Max aircraft on the route for commercial operations. Flight operations are carried out on two Boeing 737 Max aircraft. Boeing has already delivered one aircraft, with the second to be delivered later this month.
Aaksha Airlines said in a statement released on Friday that it has started selling tickets for 28 weekly flights on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route from August 7 and 28 flights on the Bengaluru-Kochi route from August 13. paddy field
“We are launching a flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad on a new Boeing 737 Max aircraft,” said Akasa Air co-founder and chief commercial officer Praveen Iyer, adding two more aircraft every month. Connect cities. In our first year,” added Iyer.
Akasa Air is the most anticipated low cost carrier to enter the aviation industry. The airline received an operator’s certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration (DGCA) earlier this month.