sexta-feira, 3 de junho de 2016

POP eyes London-India market


flyPOP (London Stansted) is a UK-based start-up planning to launch regular passenger flights from its London Stansted hub to the Indian Tier II cities of Amritsar (Punjab) and Ahmedabad (Gujarat) during the last quarter of this year.

Though it will inaugurate operations as a virtual carrier, POP says it does plan to pursue an AOC at a later stage. As such, its initial services will be undertaken by a 378-seater, all-economy A330-300 chartered from an undisclosed firm.

POP ("People Over Profit") will operate in the budget segment and, in line with its ethos of social responsibility, will donate a minimum of 51% of its profits to fund social projects in the UK and India.

A 60-day crowdfunding campaign, aimed at raising GBP5 million (USD7.24 million) in initial capital requirements, will commence later this month.
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