The first flight operated by Akasa Air departs from Mumbai for Ahmedabad

Since the first flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad departed on Sunday, Akasa Air has officially entered Indian airspace.

The maiden flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad by Akasa Air took off on Sunday, and it was christened by MoS General Vijay Kumar Singh and Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya M Scindia (Retd.)
The first commercial flights operated by India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, will take out on July 22 from a network of initial hubs in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Kochi.

Starting on August 7, 2022, Akasa Air, which operates under the airline code QP, will begin service by providing 28 weekly flights between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

The airline would then begin running an additional 28 weekly flights between Bengaluru and Kochi on August 13 as a result. Tickets for all events are now available for purchase.

“We are overjoyed to finally be able to sell tickets for our flights. Our product, which promises to be unlike anything seen in the category up to this point, is something else we are eager to present. With Akasa staff offering friendly and effective customer service, a solid network, and reasonable pricing, we look forward to giving our clients with a pleasurable flying experience “, according to Vinay Dube, the founder and CEO of Akasa Air.

Flight reservations can be made using the mobile app

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“Akasa Air’s network strategy is focused on establishing a strong pan-India presence and providing linkages from metro to tier 2 and tier 3 cities across the country,” Praveen Iyer, Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Akasa Air, had said.

In July, ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed airline received the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

The grant of the AOC is the final step of a comprehensive and rigorous process laid down by the DGCA and marks the satisfactory completion of all regulatory and compliance requirements for the airline’s operational readiness.