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Akasa set for takeoff, inks deal with Boeing for 72 aircraft

New Delhi. Billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Airlines has intensified preparations for its take-off. Akasa Airlines has ordered 72 aircraft to aircraft manufacturer Boeing. Akasa Air has ordered 72 aircraft of the 737 MAX model to US-based aerospace company Boeing to start service in India. Akasa is expected to start operations next year.

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A joint statement issued by Akasa Air and Boeing said the first supplies would begin early next year. The order includes two versions of the 737 MAX family, the 737-8 and the higher-capacity 737-8-200. The civil aviation ministry had last month granted a no-objection certificate (NOC) for Akasa Air’s operations in India.

Akasa is yet to obtain the Air Operating Permit, which is mandatory to start scheduled commercial service. This order is a huge opportunity for Boeing, which is trying to strengthen its hold in the Indian narrow body aircraft market.

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