New airline on the block

Jettwings Airways has received NOC and is all set to roar in the sky. With its base Guwahati, the airline will start its operations from October and initially operate within the Northeast region.

Suhani Sood

With Northeast seeing advancements in aviation infrastructure, the region has got a new airline – Jettwings Airways. The airline has been granted a no objection certificate (NOC) under the UDAN Scheme to offer regional connectivity. After completion of the formalities, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued the Air Operator Certificate to the airline, which plans to introduce a modern aircraft fleet; an 80-seat aircraft will enable the passengers to get premium economy services.

Expressing gratitude to the government, Sanjive Narain, Chairman, Jettwings Airways, said, “The government’s unwavering commitment and efforts to improve air connectivity through RCS by connecting regional airports has significantly improved trade for particular regions, while fostering economic growth and has given a huge fillip to the development of the tourism sector. Under UDAN Scheme, we have a unique opportunity to make significant impact on the Northeast region by improving connectivity and creating new economic opportunities.”

Sanjay Aditya Singh, Co-Founder and CEO, Jettwings Airlines, in a recent press meeting, declared, “We strongly believe and commit to becoming a reliable and sustainable airline with its roots deeply entrenched in Northeast India, connecting unique yet important destinations.”

The aviation industry is fiercely competitive at this moment. However, Jettwings Airways is determined to provide a distinctive experience the travellers, said Narain, adding that they will also introduce a loyalty program to appreciate and respect frequent fliers.






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