Jet Airways To Fly Again: Jet Airvet is once again preparing to take off. In this episode, Jet Airways has taken a test flight from Hyderabad Airport to get the Air Operator Certificate. After 19 April 2019, Jet Airways ceased its operations due to the dilapidated financial condition. But after being part of its new promoter Jalan-Kalrock consortium, Jet Airways is ready to take off.
jet airway test flight
Jet Airways CEO Sanjeev Kapoor said that the test flight operation is an emotional moment for those who are eagerly waiting to see Jet Airways take flight again. He clarified that this is a test flight. This aircraft will be stationed in Delhi and the Proving Flight will take off from Delhi.
Today, May 5, our 29th birthday, Jet Airways flew again! An emotional day for all of us who have been waiting, working, and praying for this day, as well as for Jet’s loyal customers who can’t wait for Jet to commence operations again. pic.twitter.com/2HcSHa0bTS
— Jet Airways (@jetairways) May 5, 2022
Waiting for AOC from DGCA
Let us tell you that the test flight is done to satisfy the aviation regulator DGCA so that it can be shown that the aircraft and its components are operating properly. After the test flight, the airlines have to conduct the proving flight after which the DGCA issues the Air Operator Certificate (AOC). In the proving flight, the officers of the airlines travel as passengers along with the officers of DGCA along with the crew members of the crew. A Boeing 737 aircraft flew for a test flight for Jet Airweight.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s Akasha Air getting ready to fly
On the one hand, Jet Airway is preparing to fly after 3 years, then another airline is going to step into the Indian aviation sector. The stock market’s big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s Akasha Air can start operating its commercial flights in July.
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