Akasa Air: Akasa Air of veteran investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, popularly known as BigBull, is ready for its first flight. This airline, which provides cheap flight service, will fly from Monday i.e. August 7. On this day, the company’s two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will take their first flight on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route. The booking of tickets has started well in advance. Thereafter, from August 13, the airline will start 28 more weekly flights between Bengaluru and Kochi.
Promise to provide cheap flight service
The airline company of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, who is called the Warren Buffet of India, claims that it will provide cheap air service in the country. The company is also initially providing tickets at low prices. Akasa Air ticket price on Ahmedabad route is Rs 500 to 600 less as compared to other airlines. Apart from this, the airline has also provided onboard meals and snacks. You can book in advance what you would like to eat during your flight.
Make Booking From Here
If you want to travel by Akasa Air, you can book your flight ticket on the company’s official website akasaair.com or by downloading the airline company’s mobile application. You can download the mobile application by visiting the Google Play Store.
Akasa will compete with this company
Akasa Air is one of the lowest cost airlines to hit the airline industry. The segment in which Akasa is going to land, at present, the only rule over it is that of Indigo airlines. IndiGo is the largest player in the Indian airline market providing affordable air services. The company controls more than half of the domestic budget airline business market. In such a situation, how much Akasa can shake the throne of Indigo, it will be a matter to be seen.
Akasa Air is knocking at a time when there is turmoil in the Indian airline market. After Corona, the health of most airline companies has deteriorated. Air India has been privatized. Apart from financial difficulties, SpiceJet is also facing other difficulties. There are also reports of resentment among IndiGo employees.