Indian start-up, Akasa Air, unveils first branded Boeing 737 MAX

The maiden Boeing 737 MAX for India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, was revealed to the world yesterday (May 23) adorned in the company’s smart, eye-catching livery featuring the colours of “Sunrise Orange” and “Passionate Purple”.

This particular airframe – pictured at a Boeing facility in Portland, Oregon – sports registration VT-YAA and in a nod to its identity, the airline via Twitter promoted one of the newly released images with a caption “What do YAA think?”.

At the time of writing, Akasa Air – a brand of SNV Aviation – acknowledged in a statement that it remained committed to the timeframe of accepting delivery of its first aircraft within India by “mid-June” with commercial operations slated to start the following month.

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