India will soon have another new aircraft, after the nation’s aeronautics powers recompensed a working permit to Turbo Megha Airways.
Working under the Trujet brand, Turbo Megha Airways will be based at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and will serve provincial courses utilizing an armada of two ATR 72-500 turboprop air ship. It wants to include a third air ship soon.
TT content Initial destinations will incorporate Aurangabad, in the condition of Maharashtra, and Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
India’s Civil Aviation Minister, Ashok Gajapathi Raju, affirmed the choice.
“The carrier will be based out of Hyderabad and work flights to Tirupati and Aurangabad with an armada of 70-seater ATR flying machine,” the Economic Times cited the clergyman as saying in New Delhi.
The organisation’s site really expresses that the flying machine will offer 72 seats.
Trujet will turn into the fourth new aircraft to dispatch in India in the most recent 13 months. In June 2014 AirAsia India started operations, while Singapore Airlines’ Indian auxiliary Vistara dispatched in January this year. These have following been joined via Air Pegasus, a territorial transporter situated in Bengaluru.