Akasa Air has started its first commercial flight from Delhi Airport on Friday. This aircraft took off from Delhi at 11.40 am. And this commercial flight reached Bangalore at 2.25 pm.
Akasa Air has started its first commercial flight from Delhi Airport on Friday.
Akasa Air has started its first commercial flight from Delhi Airport on Friday. This aircraft took off from Delhi at 11.40 am. And this commercial flight reached Bangalore at 2.25 pm. Sharing the excitement about the first flight from Delhi airport, Akasa Air said on Twitter that a heart connection is being made. He wrote that he is looking forward to his first flight from Delhi airport today.
What did the airline say on this occasion?
In another tweet, the company shared pictures from the ceremony at the Delhi airport. The ceremony was organized on the occasion of Akasa Air’s first flight from Delhi to Bengaluru. The airline tweeted that they are happy to fly Delhiites from Delhi today. He tweeted that catch a glimpse of our ceremony at Delhi airport. We are rapidly expanding our network. More cities are being added.
â€” Akasa Air (@AkasaAir) October 7, 2022
There are currently 6 flights in the Akasa Air fleet. And they operate about 30 flights daily. The company will have 18 brand new aircraft by the end of March next year. The company has also ordered 72 Boeing 737-800 MAX aircraft. This new airline started operations on 7 August. It also plans to start international flights by the end of the year. The company has recently completed 60 days.
Competition among airlines in the aviation sector has increased after the government removed the fare limit on August 31. Akasa has made this match more tough. According to reports, this competition has become bigger after Akasa introduced Mumbai-Ahmedabad flight tickets for just Rs 1,400. After this, GoFirst has further reduced the fare on the route to Rs 1,000. Normally, the fare for this route used to be Rs 4,000 to Rs 5,000. Let us tell you that this company got permission to fly on 7th July from Directorate of Civil Aviation ie DGCA.