Akasa Air welcomes arrival of first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in Delhi
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Akasa Air welcomes arrival of first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in Delhi

Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air welcomed the arrival of the first 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi today.

The first aircraft delivery brings the Jhunjhunwala-backed airline closer to getting an air operator’s permit (AOP). AOP is a compulsory need for an airline before launching commercial operations, as per the official release..

Founder, CEO, and MD of Akasa Air Vinay Dube said the arrival of the first aircraft is a very pleasant moment for all of us and marks a significant milestone, bringing us closer to our vision of creating India’s greenest, most dependable, and most affordable airline..

Boeing India president Sahil Gupte said India is one of the fastest-growing economies globally and presents enormous growth and productivity opportunities for the aviation sector. The company is thrilled that the advanced 737 MAX will support Akasa Air drive efficiencies in business and operations while delivering its customers a superior flying experience..

Last week, the airline accepted delivery of its first 737 MAX aircraft from Boeing in Seattle, US. This was the first of the 72 aircraft that the firm would take under its wing. Initial delivery, including 18 aircraft, is likely to materialise by March 2023, whereas the remaining 54 will be supplied over the next four years..

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed aviation experts Vinay Dube and Aditya Ghosh, Akasa Air, are preparing to present commercial flights from the summer of 2022 to help growing air travel demand across India..

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Also read: At least 8-9 airports to be leased shortly in next round: Scindia

Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air welcomed the arrival of the first 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi today. The first aircraft delivery brings the Jhunjhunwala-backed airline closer to getting an air operator’s permit (AOP). AOP is a compulsory need for an airline before launching commercial operations, as per the official release.. Founder, CEO, and MD of Akasa Air Vinay Dube said the arrival of the first aircraft is a very pleasant moment for all of us and marks a significant milestone, bringing us closer to our vision of creating India’s greenest, most dependable, and most affordable airline.. Boeing India president Sahil Gupte said India is one of the fastest-growing economies globally and presents enormous growth and productivity opportunities for the aviation sector. The company is thrilled that the advanced 737 MAX will support Akasa Air drive efficiencies in business and operations while delivering its customers a superior flying experience.. Last week, the airline accepted delivery of its first 737 MAX aircraft from Boeing in Seattle, US. This was the first of the 72 aircraft that the firm would take under its wing. Initial delivery, including 18 aircraft, is likely to materialise by March 2023, whereas the remaining 54 will be supplied over the next four years.. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed aviation experts Vinay Dube and Aditya Ghosh, Akasa Air, are preparing to present commercial flights from the summer of 2022 to help growing air travel demand across India.. Image Source. Also read: At least 8-9 airports to be leased shortly in next round: Scindia

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