“The award of the AOC is the final step of a comprehensive and rigorous process established by the DGCA and marks the satisfactory completion of all regulatory and compliance requirements for the airline’s operational readiness,” Akasa Air said in a statement.
The airline added that it is the first airline whose end-to-end AOC process was performed using the government’s progressive eGCA digital platform.
The process concluded with the airline successfully conducting a number of test flights overseen by the country’s aviation regulator, the company said.
“We are now looking forward to opening our flights for sale, which will lead to the start of commercial operations at the end of July. This will continue our journey towards building
Akasa Air, whose airline code is QP, received its first 737 MAX on June 21.
Later this month, the airline will start commercial operations with two aircraft, which will be added to its fleet every month.
By the end of fiscal year 2022-23, the airline will have introduced 18 aircraft and then 12-14 aircraft every 12 months, representing 72 deliveries over a five-year period, the company said.
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