India’s newest airline has revealed its first aircraft

Akasa Air, India's top investor and billionaire Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, today (May 23) unveiled the image of its first-ever aircraft. The company is reportedly preparing for one of the largest aircraft purchase or lease deals of the year outside the US, involving at least a hundred Boeing 737 aircraft. In an interview with Bloomberg last year, Jhunjhunwala said Akasa Air will initially have 70 aircraft in its fleet.

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