First B737F is Delivered to Quickjet, a New Cargo Airline in India
The airline intends to begin operations well within the next few months.
QuikJet Airlines, a former cargo-only airline operating in India, may soon do so. The airline has already received delivery of its first aircraft, a 20-year-old Boeing 737-800 P2F, and will soon receive a second. QuikJet 2.0 would fly Amazon Prime aircraft in India, according to a source aware of the development.
ASL Aviation Group, an airline services and leasing firm with headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, owns and operates QuikJet Airlines. In February 2016, the carrier started offering scheduled services after receiving the necessary Air Operator’s Permit from Indian authorities. QuikJet, however, has been working charter cargo services since 2012.
In 2022, QuikJet might make a comeback to the skies over India, providing scheduled and charter air cargo services. Our source claims that the carrier might start flying with just 2 planes in a few more months.