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New carrier to offer cargo space to India – updated

[ June 29, 2021   //   ]

UK-based start-up airline, Hans Airways, says it will start non-stop flights from the UK to India in the autumn and has revealed the members of its board who will spearhead efforts to gain an Air Operator Certificate later this year. The carrier says it will offer cargo capacity on its flights and will appoint a general sales agent shortly. The board includes Ruchir Verma as advisor and non-executive chairman) and non-executive directors Dr Barry Humphreys, Jane Middleton and Dr Peter Malanik.

A spokesman for the carrier said it was planning to use two A330-200s to launch operations. Weekly frequencies and destinations are not being confirmed at this stage.