India to see a new Airline Company operating from 2022!

Tue Oct 12 2021 18:53:59 GMT+0530 (IST)

The Indian government made a way for a new Airline company which might launch its operations from next year. If everything goes well as per the schedule, the new airline company might make its services available for the customers from the 2022 summer season.

Akasa, a start-up in the airline sector, had received a green signal from the Aviation Ministry by getting a No Objection Certificate (NOC). As the next step, the startup will now focus on getting the permit for the air operations.

Former chief executive officer (CEO) of Jet Airways and GoAir, Vinay Dube the CEO of Akasa Air, gave more details on the new service and assured that the airlines will start the services very soon and their aim is to make the start-up a dependable airline service.

The yet-to-be-launched airline has a backup from Indian businessman Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. The business magnate who has his roots from the financial capital of India Mumbai enjoys a financial empire that is spread across areas like sticks and assets management.

Akasa Air CEO Vinay Dube said that the airlines will offer its services to the passengers so that it can lend a helping hand to Indian Air passengers who have the dream of traveling in air vehicles.