Akasa Air now operates from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, and Mumbai, intending to expand its network all over the country.
Bengaluru: Following a surge in demand, India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, plans to run daily flights between Bengaluru and Mumbai. Previously, the newly created airline flew from Bengaluru to Kochi. The cheap airline announced on Twitter, “Flying twice daily between #Bengaluru and #Mumbai, starting today!” “We are gradually growing our network and linking new cities.”
Akasa Air now operates from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, and Mumbai, to expand its network to all cities in the country.
On August 7, this year, the inaugural Akasa Air flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad took off. It also commenced operations from Bengaluru to Kochi on August 12. The new flight services between Bengaluru and Mumbai are intended to make it easier for regular travelers to commute between the financial and IT capitals.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, an ace investor who recently died after ill health, supported Akasa Air. Jhunjhunwala’s dream project, the airline, was supposed to be, and he even met Prime Minister Narendra Modi a few months before the inauguration. The airline received its Air Operator Certificate from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in July this year.