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Prince Air is scheduled to begin operations in Indian airspace in a few months. Prince Air is reportedly India’s first subscription-based airline. Mr. Sanket Raj Singh, the owner of Prince Air, is prepared to introduce an innovation in the airline sector by revolutionizing the private jet experience for Indian customers.
This subscription-based airline in India will begin services from three main metros: Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. The airline’s primary emphasis is on Business class customers who fly often and pay a high fare. Prince Air would provide monthly membership options that include free-flying between these three locations at a specific time of day or night.
Prince Air is investing in the booming experiential travel industry and aims to give a tailored VIP experience complete with private terminals, free internet, and amenities. Currently, the company serves just three cities, but the firm is trying to grow. The model is ideal for regular business travelers seeking hassle-free elegance at the touch of a button.
Subscription prices begin at INR 54,500 (US$ 747) a month and include unrestricted access to the entire network as well as the ability to invite up to four guests. The airline would launch the service after it has a membership base of 10,000 to 12,000 passengers.
Fleet Specifications of Prince Air
The Indian subscription-based airline’s fleet will consist of the Airbus A320, and Bombardier converted into an altogether business class plane with 90 seats. The inside is supposed to be fully sumptuous, replete with leather business class couches that will perform admirably. They are expected to begin with six Bombardier or Embraer aircraft.
Prince Air would expand their itinerary list throughout the second and third phases to include cities like Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Amritsar, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, and Lucknow.