Flypop wants to offer cheap flights to India
Flypop is a new airline from Great Britain. Flypop wants to offer low-cost flights to India from 2021 onwards. They will compete with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air India, Vistara and SpiceJet. According to founder Nino Singh Judge, the financing has been arranged and negotiations are now underway with airports to set up scheduled services to India.
The intention is that the first flights will be operated from Stansted Airport to Amritsar and Ahmedabad. These flights will be carried out with the Airbus A330 (see photo). According to Nino Singh Judge, a total of 250 million pounds will be raised from private investors. The British government will also invest £250 million, according to Judge.
Flypop chooses the Airbus A330 because it is one of the most reliable aircraft of today. The Airbus A330 has low operational costs, high efficiency, flexibility and is very reliable. This type of aircraft is also economical which allows it to cover longer distances. The low operational costs also ensure that Flypop can offer cheap airline tickets. Flypop’s aircraft has WiFi on board and each seat has a USB connection.
(c) photograph: Flypop – Airbus A330