Zooom Airways, earlier referred to as Zoom Air, acquired its air operator certificates (AOC) from the civil aviation regulator Directorate Common of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to revive its operations in India. The AOC was renewed on September 14 and it could stay legitimate until September 3, 2024, reported information company PTI citing sources.
“Receiving the Air Operator Certificates is a testomony to our unwavering dedication to security and operational excellence. We’re grateful to our devoted workforce for serving to us attain this important milestone. With our AOC in hand, we’re wanting ahead to offering passengers with a top-notch journey expertise that mixes comfort, effectivity, and luxury,” Atul Gambhir, Zooom Airways CEO, stated in a press release launched by the corporate.