Akasa Air gets air operator certificate from DGCA: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, a seasoned investor dubbed the Big Bull of the stock market, is now ready to take flight in his Akasa Air. Akasa Air has received the go-ahead to fly, or Air Operator Certificate, from the aviation industry’s regulatory body, DGCA. By the end of July, the airline Akasa Air will be ready to restart its commercial flight operations.
Akasa shared information
Akasa Air tweeted information about this. It is interesting that Akasa Air had requested an Air Operator Permit from the airline industry regulator, the DGCA, prior to starting its commercial operations. Additionally, Akasa Air’s Proving Flight flew multiple times in the Proving Flight under test with DGCA officials as Passengers and Crew to satisfy Aviation Regulator DGCA in order to receive Air Operator Certificate. The participant had traveled.
Akasa said this after getting the license
It’s important to note that on June 21, 2022, Delhi Airport welcomed Akasa Air’s first Boeing 737 MAX airplane. On June 16 in Seattle, Washington, USA, the plane was turned over to Akasa Air. Akasa Air ordered 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in November of last year, which is the first delivery of those aircraft.
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