Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air to Fly from June

New Indian budget airline Akasa Air plans to launch its first commercial flight in June and is working to get all relevant licenses, Chief Executive Vinay Dube said.

“We hope to launch our first commercial flight in the month of June. We are working very closely with Ministry of Civil Aviation, DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) to get our licensing done,” he said replaying to query.

Dube has stated that the airline plans to begin international flights in the second part of calendar year 2023 after it has 20 planes in its fleet.