The newest Indian domestic airline, Akasa Air, plans to start international operations by the middle of or later next year, Praveen Iyer, the airline’s Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, said on Thursday. “We all know that you need twenty aircraft to do...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 30 – KLM has repaid the final €277 million of the state-backed credit facility that it received as Covid aid in 2020. Since May, the Dutch carrier repaid the €927 million drawn from...
Indian startup airline Akasa Air, founded by Vinay Dube and backed by many colleagues who used to earlier work together at Jet Airways, had its first Boeing MAX 8 land in Delhi after a long multi-leg delivery trip from Seattle. On the occasion, Vinay Dube met us at...
At the Dubai Airshow 2021, Indian startup carrier Akasa Air, founded by aviation veteran Vinay Dube and backed by Indian investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, placed its first aircraft order for 72 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 8-200 Aircraft. The airline intends to launch operations...
The launch of Indian start-up airline Akasa Air is set to slip by a couple of months until July. Delivery of the carrier’s first aircraft seems to take more time, delaying the launch of its first services. Launch Akasa Air slips to July as it waits for first...
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