Akasa Air: First Flight Service Between Mumbai-ahmedabad From August 7, Booking Of Tickets Started

The new Akasa airline on Friday announced that it will start its first commercial flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad from August 7. Akasa airline, which is invested by stock market veteran Rakesh Jhunjhuwala, has also said that it will use Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for its maiden flight.
Akasa Air has issued a statement saying that it has started selling tickets for 28 weekly flights. These flights will be operated between Mumbai and Ahmedabad from August 7. In addition, 28 weekly flights will be operated on the Bengaluru and Kochi routes from August 13. The sale of their tickets has also started.

Akasa Air has said it will begin its commercial operations with two 737 MAX aircraft. According to Akasa, Boeing has given them the delivery of one Max aircraft and the delivery of the second aircraft is due by the end of this month.

Praveen Iyer, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Akasa Air, said, “We will start the commercial services of the airline by starting flights between Mumbai and Ahmedabad using the brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Praveen Iyer has said that we will take a phased approach to implement our network expansion plans, we will gradually start our flights between more cities one after the other. We plan to add two aircraft to our fleet every month.

Let us tell you that in August 2021, Akasa Air’s Max aircraft got the green signal from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). After this, the airline company on November 26 last year signed an agreement with aircraft manufacturer Boeing to buy 72 MAX aircraft.

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