Akasa Air Unveils Brand logo: Low-cost Akasa Air, backed by veteran stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, on Wednesday unveiled its brand logo with the theme ‘The Rising A’ inspired by the elements of the sky.
Introducing the new livery, Akasa Airline tweeted, “Akasa Air’s ‘The Rising A’ unveiled. Inspired by the elements of the sky, The Rising embodies the warmth of the sun, the effortless flight of a bird and the reliance of an aircraft wing “
Unveiling ‘The Rising A’ of Akasa Air
Inspired by elements of the sky, The Rising A symbolises the warmth of the sun, the effortless flight of a bird, and the dependability of an aircraft wing.
Always moving upwards. Always inspiring to rise. pic.twitter.com/vzMDT9gEmv
— Akasa Air (@AkasaAir) December 22, 2021
This airline was given a No Objection Certificate (NOC) by the Ministry of Civil Aviation on 11 October for operations in India. After this the company has applied for AOP.
Akasa Air plans to operate pan-India flights by the summer of 2022 with “an effort to become the country’s most reliable, affordable and green airline”. The founders of Akasa Air Air include Vinay Dubey, former chief executive of Jet Airways and Aditya Ghosh, former president of Indigo airline.
Akasa Air recently placed an order for 72 Boeing 737 MAX jets comprising two variants of the 737 MAX family, the 737-8 and the high-capacity 737-8-200. The airline plans to operate around 70 aircraft in the next four years.
Industry experts say the launch of the new airline Akasa next year is expected to have an immediate impact on airfares in some areas.
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