Akasa Air | New Delhi: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air acquired its first plane, Boeing 737 MAX, in New Delhi in the present day. On June 15, the corporate acquired the ceremonial keys of the plane in Seattle, US. In November 2021, the corporate had positioned an order for 72 Boeing plane.Additionally Learn – 2 AirAsia Planes on Delhi-Srinagar Route Return After Dealing with Technical Snags Mid-Air: Report
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“Akasa Air in the present day, welcomed the arrival of the primary of its 72 Boeing 737 MAX plane, on the Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport, within the presence of its management workforce,” the airline stated within the assertion.
“The arrival of our first plane is a really joyful second for all of us and marks an vital milestone, bringing us nearer to our imaginative and prescient of constructing India’s greenest, most reliable, and most inexpensive airline,” stated Vinay Dube, founder, Managing Director and Chief Govt Officer, Akasa Air.
Boeing is proud to accomplice with Akasa Air as they embark on their journey in the direction of making air journey inclusive and inexpensive for all, stated Boeing India president Salil Gupte.
“India is among the fastest-growing economies on the planet and gives monumental progress and productiveness alternatives for the aviation business. We’re excited that the superior 737 MAX will assist Akasa Air drive efficiencies in enterprise and operations whereas offering its prospects with a superior flying expertise,” he added.
(With company inputs)