UK Based startup airline FLY POP getting ready to fly to Indian skies.
The airline commits to start nonstop flights from London to 2nd cities of India, beginning with Amritsar & Ahmedabad!
UK & flying to India
When speaking during a recent Webinar about airline’s plan, CEO Nino Judge said:
THE AIRLINE WILL USE ALL-ECONOMY AIRBUS A330-300S.
On the yield, Air India very kindly contested our Stansted to Amritsar for us with load factors of around 90% and an average return fare of £600.
That’s not a very low yield but a quite high yield. That’s also a high fare, and the Punjabis were paying that to get nonstop already pre-COVID. So, you can imagine what it will be post-COVID. And yields are a funny term.
Yields are the difference between CASK and RASK.
That’s the art of yield management.
The company is going to start flights from £99 ($137) one way.
Having now secured its first base at London Stansted Airport (STN), the company says that flights to India are just the beginning and that flying to secondary airports in other countries is in the airline’s plans.
So if anybody wants to beat us on that, try it!
Winter is the high yield season for flights to India!
Airline base and future destinations
When speaking about possible future destinations, Judge shares that the A330s can head to lucrative destinations in the US, Sri Lanka, South Africa, South America, and the Caribbean.
Information Source: Twitter
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