Quickjet Cargo Airlines to ply Dublin to Bengaluru

Quickjet Airlines, which is majorly owned by Dublin-based ASL Aviation is all set to launch its freighter services in the country with its maiden cargo flight to Bengaluru from New Delhi today. Quickjet Airlines first cargo flight is scheduled to take off for Bengaluru at 1.20 am today from the Indira Gandhi International . The airline said it has deployed a 21.2 tonne capacity B737-400SF jet freighter for operations in India. Quickjet would initially connect Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, offering four daily flights and operating overnight to link Delhi with Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad in the first phase. In the second phase, it will connect Mumbai and Kolkata as the airline seeks to cover all major metro hubs, a release said. The airline is launching the freighter services for Mumbai based airport-to-airport logistics services provider Sovika Aviation, the release said adding that the services will also be available for domestic and international cargo charters. ASL Aviation Group is a global aviation services provider, having operations across six continents with a fleet of more than 100 aircraft, the release said. Courtesy: The Economic Times


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