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A new British low cost carrier announces it’s future plans: Check details

A new British low cost carrier flyPOP (People over Profits) has revealed plans to launch direct flights from London Stansted to Amritsar and Ahmedabad in India.

Rendering by flyPOP

According to CEO Navdip ‘Nino’ Singh Judge, POP’s target market is the VFR sector, which is where the most of carrier’s revenue will come from. The airline will base it’s operations at London’s Stansted airport and will operate a fleet of second hand Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

“Our unique low cost product will stimulate and grow North America-UK-India market and encourage vital commerce between old trading partners post brexit”, the airline told in a statement.

It will be exciting to see flyPOP rise. What do you think of the airlines’ ambitious plans? Let me know in the comments section below.

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