Akasa Air is set to initiate its flight activities interestingly. The aircraft’s Mumbai-Ahmedabad flight will take off at 10:05 am tomorrow, August 7. The carrier will utilise a Boeing 737 Max aeroplane with the flight number QP 1101 to launch its tasks. The ground team uniform has proactively been revealed and it is intended to stand apart from the other carrier’s outfits. The transporter had on July 7 accepted its air administrator endorsement (AOC) from avionics controller DGCA.
With the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) giving its go-ahead to Max planes in August 2021, Akasa Air marked an arrangement with Boeing on November 26 last year to buy 72 Max airplanes. Akasa Air additionally plans to send off its global assistance in the final part of the scheduled year of 2023. “MAX has a very decent reach worldwide.” It can do East Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Singapore, and Indonesia effectively with practically no payload limitations, “Akasa Air CEO Vinay Dube told correspondents last month. According to Indian regulations, a carrier ought to have 20 aeroplanes before it can begin flying globally.