Start-up, UK long-haul, low-cost airline, flypop, which plans to launch in 2021 with scheduled flights to India, has announced a significant investment from the UK Government’s Future Fund. Initially, £250 million was made available by the government for investment through the scheme, to be matched by private investors, with the Treasury making clear the amount could be increased if needed. “The funding from the UK Government’s Future Fund will play a key role in putting flypop in a position to start flights, initially between the UK and India, something which will contribute significantly to the economic growth and closer cultural
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