Akasa Air’s first aircraft reached Delhi, plans to start commercial operation in July

The first aircraft reached Delhi.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akash airline’s first aircraft has landed in Delhi. The airline plans to start operations from July. Akash Airline will buy 72 aircraft from Boeing.

Budget airline Akash Air, backed by veteran investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, is set to fly. airline The first aircraft of (Akasa Air) Boeing 737 MAX has reached Delhi. The airline plans to start commercial operations in July. Akash Air has ordered 72 Boeing Max planes which will reach here in installments. According to media reports, the airline took the first delivery from Boeing in Seattle, USA, after which the aircraft has reached India. Akash Air is India’s low-cost airline. Akash airline had ordered 72 aircraft to Boeing in November 2021. Delivery of 18 aircraft will be given by March 2023, after that delivery of remaining 54 aircraft will be given in the next four years.

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