Jhunjhunwala’s Akasa Air gets NOC, set to start operations by mid-2022

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According to a corporate statement released on Monday, Akasa Air backed up by Billionaire Rakesh Jhunjhunwala have received their No-Objection Certificate from the ministry of aviation and it’s all set to start operations by the middle of next year.

The airline company said in a statement that the SNV Aviation Pvt Ltd will be operate under the brand name Akasa Air.

The airline has received a No Objection Certificate from the aviation ministry as it embarks on its journey to offer a reliable, efficient and affordable travel experience.

To obtain an Air operators permit or AOP, the airline will be applying to the Directorate General of Civil aviation.

After receiving the APO which would take around 3 to 6 months, the airline will commence it’s operations.

Vinay Dube, CEO of Akasa Air said during the release that they are extremely happy and grateful to the ministry of aviation for their support and grant of NOC.

Commencing from the summer of 2022, Akasa Air plans to offer flights across India with an endeavour to be the nation’s most affordable, dependable and greenest airline.

Dube further said that Akasa Air believes in having a robust air transportation system for the nation’s progress .

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