There’s an all-new airline in town and it is spearheaded by some of the most proficient veterans of the aviation industry. They are all set to take to the skies in the coming winter. Fly91 is a regional carrier. This means that it will only fly domestically, within the country as of now. They intend to improve the air connectivity between tier 2 and tier 3 cities and hence, their major focus will be such areas.
Fly91 Reveals Its Logo
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Recently, this particular airline unveiled its logo which is the side-profile of a flying butterfly. The butterfly’s wing is divided in two sections. The upper section of the wing, which also happens to be the larger of the two sections, is blue in colour. The lower section is yellow in colour.
According to an article published by the Economic Times, the flying butterfly, for the airline, represents the rich beauty and diversity of India. The logo also reveals the tagline for the brand, which is ‘Bharat Unbound.’
According to its website, the airline intends to make flying accessible not just to the privileged few, but to all Indians. Since not many airlines offer routes that connect tier 2 and tier 3 cities, Fly91 decided to fill this lacuna in the aviation industry.
Will Commence Flying In The Coming Winter
We’re embarking on a journey that’s bound to be unforgettable. Stay tuned for all the excitement to come.
— fly91.in (@fly91_IN) June 1, 2023
According to the ET article, the brand-new article is all-set to take to the skies in the coming winter season. It will commence flying in the financial quarter of October to December. The article also mentioned that the airline will be equipped with a fleet of three aircraft.
The aircraft will be of an ATR-72 kind which contains 76 seats. The airline will start from three aircraft and will then scale up to six in its first year. The airline has also been promoted by a number of big names in the Aviation industry. It is hoped that the airline will succeed in improving connectivity across the country.
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