When will the aircraft of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s airline Akasa Air take off? Know full details


new Delhi. The services of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed airline company Akasa Air are likely to start from June. To start operations, Akasa Air is working fast to get all the necessary licenses from the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

This information was given by Vinay Dubey, Chief Executive of Akasa Air in an air show held in Hyderabad. However, Dubey did not say for which cities the company will run flights initially. In November last year itself, Akasa Air ordered 72 Boeing 737 MAX Jet aircraft.

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The company aims to induct 18 aircraft within 12 months of its launch. Also, Akasa Air will add 72 aircraft to its fleet within 5 years. The company expects to get the delivery of the first batch of the aircraft in the coming months. In October last year, Akasa’s parent company SNV Aviation Private Limited got a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the government. It usually takes six months for an airline to obtain an Air Operator’s Permit (AOP) after getting the NOC.

Jet Airways will also fly again soon

Jet Airways planes will soon be seen flying in the sky. The airline’s new promoter Jalan-Calrock Consortium is working hard to revive the airline. The new promoters of Jet Airways in collaboration with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) are completing all the processes to revive this airline.

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Significantly, Jet Airways was shut down in April 2019 due to debt. The airline was shut down on 17 April 2019 due to heavy debt. When the company closed, only 16 planes were left with it. In September last year, the Jalan-CalRock Resolution Consortium had said the airline would start short international flights from the third-fourth quarter of 2022. While Jalan, the new promoter of Jet Airways, is a Dubai-based Indian-American businessman, CalRock Capital Management Limited is a London-based global firm working in the field of financial advisory and alternative asset management.

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