Akasa Air and Noida International Airport have partnered strategically. As part of their strategic alliance, Akasa Air anticipates that UP will play a significant role in the Indian air traffic market.
The co-founder and chief commercial officer of Akasa Air, Praveen Iyer, commented on the development, saying, “There is a lot of unmet demand for air travel in the North of India. Akasa Air would like to be more visible at the recent airports built in India.”
The chief executive officer of Noida International Airport, Christoph Schnellmann, stated: “We are thrilled about our new strategic alliance with Akasa Air. The new airport is almost ready to open, and in 2024, construction will pick up speed.”
He also mentioned that NIA anticipates serving 12 million passengers during the airport’s phase-I construction.
On Thursday, the largest civil aviation show in Asia, Wings India 2024, got underway at Hyderabad’s Begumpet airport. The Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) representatives were present at the event’s opening, which was also attended by Telangana Minister for Roads, Buildings, and Cinematography Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia, and Minister of State for Civil Aviation General V.K. Singh.
Business executives and aviation enthusiasts nationwide attended the expo on its first day. Upon invitation, guests were able to tour a variety of aircraft following the formal inauguration. Simultaneously, the business-oriented portion of the program took place, enhanced by visually stunning aerial displays on the airport runway.
After IndiGo, Akasa is the second airline to declare that it will operate out of Noida International Airport.