Zoom Airlines Set to Return to Indian Skies

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Zooom airlines, earlier known as Zoom Air, received its air operator certificate (AOC) from the civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to revive its operations in India.The Zoom airlines was suspended in March 2020 due to the covid-19 pandemic. The AOC was renewed on September 14 and it would remain valid till September 3, 2024, reported news agency PTI citing sources.

The airline announced this development on Friday (September 15, 2023) Zoom air AOC renewed.Zoom Airlines CEO , Atul Gambhir, expressed his enthusiasm about the AOC , stating , "With our Aoc in hand, we look forward to providing passengers with a top-notch travel experience that combines convinience, effieciency and comfort".

The Indian regional airline, originally estabilished as Zexus Air in April 2013 , By adopting a new name , the airline intends to establish a a fresh brand identity and enhance the overall passenger experience, according to industry experts.The Company plans to utilize its Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft for its flight operations.Atul Gambhir , CEO of the airline , emphasized the aircraft's capability to provide domestic travelers with exceptional speed on each route, catering to the needs of frequent flyers who seek comfortable and reliable travel. Zoom Airlines Aims to offer a "cost effective" and "convinient" solution for regional travel within the growing Indian aviation market.

In August, domestic air traffic in India reached 12.4 million passengers, representing a 5 % increase compared to the pre-pandemic level 11.8 million passengers in August 2019. Gambhir expressed confidence in the airline's ability to carve out a niche in the market by delivering a unique and innovative travel experience.

Indian Aviation Industry is spreading its wings and a new airline is actively seeking dedicated and enthusiastic individuals to join its growing team.Various positions are available, including flight attendants, pilots, ground staff, customer service representatives, and management roles.

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