Thursday, October 26, 2006

Indus Air is set to connect major Indian cities

New Delhi: Indus Air, to be launched by October-end, has announced its plan to fly a full service carrier. The CEO of the company, Capt A P C Kapoor said that the airline would be based in Delhi and will add a few more hubs in the future, the next being Chandigarh. Initially, the airline will connect cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Jammu, Allahabad, Pathankot and later expand pan India.
“We will start with flying two 50-seater CRJ-200 jetliners of Canadian-make, one of which is already waiting in Delhi,” says Capt Kapoor.
They also plan to induct CRJ 900 and B737-800/900 aircraft soon. “By March, we will have a total of five aircraft, including two Boeings,” he added.
Incidentally, Indus Air is not competing with the low-cost carriers.
25/10/06 Ravi Teja Sharma/Business Standard
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