Today, Akasa Air will operate its first commercial flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

Update on domestic flights: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Jyotiraditya Scindia, the minister of civil aviation, will flag off Akasa Air's maiden commercial flight on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route on Sunday.

 Akasa Air will fly the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route using Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

On July 7, the airline received its air operator certificate from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), marking the beginning of the development.

On Sunday, the airline's first flight is planned to leave Mumbai at 09:30 and arrive in Ahmedabad at 11:25.

The Ministry of Civil Aviation tweeted on Saturday, "The Honourable Minister of Civil Aviation Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia will flag off the inaugural flight of Akasa Air."

In a previous statement, Akasa Air said that beginning on August 13, August 19, and September 15, respectively, it will begin operating on the Bengaluru-Kochi, Bengaluru-Mumbai, and Chennai-Mumbai routes.

The airline previously announced that ticket sales had begun for the 28 weekly flights it would begin running on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route beginning on August 7 and the 28 weekly flights it will begin operating on the Bengaluru-Kochi route beginning on August 13.

The Tejas and Gorakhdham Express trains will get new exteriors!