Zexus Air nears launch in India

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed September 16, 2016 09:53

Zexus Air nears launch in India

A new carrier based out of Delhi, Zexus Air, expect to receive a national scheduled airline permit shortly from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Zexus, with two more new carriers, Air One Aviation and Premier Air, received no-objections certificates from the aviation ministry two years ago but the application process is now entering the final phases with the aviation regulator inviting public comments, which usually the last stage before granting the license.

“M/s Zexus Air Services Pvt. Ltd. has applied for grant of Air Operators Permit (Scheduled) for the purpose of providing Scheduled Air Transport Services in India,” the DGCA notice said. “The documents submitted by the applicant are being processed in this office. In order to comply with the requirements of Schedule XI of Aircraft Rules 1937, a notice is hereby given to the public and all the persons likely to be affected by the grant of this permit to submit their objections or suggestions, if any, on M/S Zexus Air Services Pvt. Ltd. within 15 Days of the issue of this notice.”

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed September 16, 2016 09:53