Saturday, November 26, 2022
HomeBusinessAkasa Airline Ticket Booking: Booking of Akasa Air tickets has started, how...

Akasa Airline Ticket Booking: Booking of Akasa Air tickets has started, how to book flight tickets

Akasa Airline Ticket Booking: Get ready to fly in Akasa Air, the stock market’s bigbull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air as the company has started booking its flight tickets. The company has informed that ticket booking for its flight has started and passengers can book tickets to travel in it.

The company gave information through tweet
Akasa Air has given this information through a tweet and has said to be the first passenger to fly in Akasa Air and to book its flight tickets, visit http://akasaair.com or download its app from Play Store now. Take it.

How to book tickets by visiting Akasa Air’s website

To book Akasa Air flight tickets, visit akasaair.com.
Select One Way or Round Trip.
Fill in the From to To column.
If it is one way then only departure date has to be selected.
If there is a round trip then the return date has to be selected along with the departure date.
Give the details of the passengers, how many adults or children are going.
If you have any promo code, then you can get discount on air tickets by filling it in the relevant column.

Akasa Air gets operator certificate on July 7
Aviation sector regulator DGCA has given Akasa Air the Air Operator Certificate to fly on July 7, after which the airline will be able to resume its commercial flight operations by the end of July. Akasa Air’s Proving Flight flew several times to satisfy the Aviation Regulator DGCA for obtaining the Air Operator Certificate. The officers of the airlines had traveled as a passenger along with the DGCA officials in the proving flight. Along with this, there were also Crabin crew members.

Akasa’s first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft arrived in Delhi on June 21
On June 21, 2022, Akasa Air’s first aircraft Boeing 737 Max landed at Delhi Airport. The aircraft was handed over to Akasa Air on June 16 in Seattle, USA. Vinay Dubey, MD & CEO, Akasa Air, said that Akasa Air is a prime example of the progress made by Indian aviation in recent years.

- Advertisement -
MOBILE

- Advertisment -

- Advertisment -spot_imgspot_imgspot_img

Auto

Two Wheeler

BUSINESS AND FINANCE

Digit News

spot_img