A US-based aviation company is contemplating to launch a new budget airline from Fujairah, UAE to various Indian cities.
N-Air International, currently operates chartered and cargo flights from the US to various destinations, especially the Caribbean.
Captain Rajan Nair, chief executive officer of N-Air International said his company is planning to launch a budget carrier from Fujairah in the UAE, with an initial plan to have flights five days a week to South India destination, including Kochi.
The proposed budget carrier will start with an Airbus A320 aircraft and will gradually expand to add more flights and destinations, reported Emirates247.com
“The Indian operation is expected to begin in the month of June/July 2013. We have already got the aircraft and crew standing by and we are waiting for approval from the Director General of Civil Aviation. Fujairah Airport authorities have already told us that they would welcome us,” Captain Nair said.