Amazon Air launched in India
Amazon India has launched Amazon Air, making it the first e-commerce company in the country to have a dedicated air cargo network.
Amazon Air will utilise the complete cargo capacity of a Boeing 737-800, operated by Quikjet Cargo Airlines, a joint venture between AFL and the Ireland-based ASL Aviation Group.
The Amazon-branded aircraft will transport customer shipments to cities such as Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi, and Mumbai.
KT Rama Rao: “We have been working towards strengthening the state’s air cargo infrastructure, and we welcome the launch of Amazon Air, which will further assist in making Hyderabad a cargo hub for the country."
Sarah Rhoads, vice president, Amazon Global Air: “We’re thrilled to launch Amazon Air in India to ensure we can provide our growing customer base with a great selection, low prices, and faster deliveries."
Akhil Saxena, Amazon: "This marks a very important step for our sellers and our customers, as well as a huge step forward for the aviation industry. We are celebrating a significant milestone in our global mission to transform the future of logistics."
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