India’s newest airline, Akasa Air has taken the supply of its 2nd aircraft immediately after Boeing 737 MAX aircraft landed in India. The airline acquired the plane codenamed ‘VT-YAB’ at the Delhi airport which will aid the carrier ramp up its functions other towns. Previous 7 days, Akasa had announced its inaugural flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad from August 7.
With induction of one more airplane, the airline has now released immediate flights amongst Mumbai and Bengaluru from August 19 and strengthening its network with 82 weekly flights concerning Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kochi and Bengaluru, key towns protected below its inaugural section of its network development.
Before on June 21, Akasa Air had welcomed the first of its 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, VT-YAA in New Delhi, marking the 1st time in 8 decades that a domestic jet plane with new livery was seen in Indian skies. Akasa Air aims to induct 18 plane by the finish of March 2023, concentrating on connecting metro to tier-2 and tier-3 cities.
Flying with the airline code QP, Akasa Air will start off commercial operations with two plane from and include an additional two aircraft every single thirty day period and by the close of 2023. It ideas to insert yet another 12 to 14 planes every 12 months, which will make up its get of 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, delivered more than 5 decades.
On July 22, 2022, Akasa Air opened bookings for ticket product sales of its to start with business flight QP 1101, which will take off from Mumbai Intercontinental airport at 10:05 am and lands at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad at 11:25 am.