Reviving its operations, the home service Zooom airline began its operations with flight providers from Delhi to Ayodhya on Wednesday.
The airline deployed its fleet of Bombardier CRJ200ER plane for providers on the Delhi-Ayodhya route, which has already emerged as one among India’s most sought-after religious tourism hotspots.
In August final 12 months, the aviation watchdog, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), gave its nod to Zooom airways to start industrial passenger operations in India.
Zooom airways or Zexus Air, initially established in April 2013, acquired its first plane, a Bombardier CRJ200. However, it solely commenced operations in February 2017. Despite its efforts, the airline struggled to attract vital air passenger site visitors.
Due to security issues, DGCA suspended its air operator certificates in July 2018 for a interval exceeding a 12 months.
“We are delighted to announce the relaunch of Zooom, with services connecting Ayodhya and Delhi. Zooom is dedicated to enhancing regional connectivity in India. The new flight services aim to connect people, cultures, and regions to this spiritual hub, ” stated Zooom’s Chief Executive Officer Atul Gambhir.
“We are witnessing a significant increase in domestic air travel passengers in India. The proliferation of low-cost airline flights, streamlined booking systems, improved customer experience, and flexible airline schedules are key factors contributing to this growth. Zooom will align with these growth elements, enhancing the travel experience and making it more appealing for individuals with a focus on quality improvement, ” stated Gambhir.
He stated that the airline may also persist in its help position, selling the Government’s Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS-UDAN) by launching further providers targeted on the UDAN routes as a part of its service revival.
“We are also considering the exploration of new routes and expanding our network to include more tier-2 cities. This will provide passengers with additional travel options, contributing further to the growth of the domestic aviation sector, ” stated Gambhir.