In October 2005 it had been reported that "liquor baron" Kapil Mohan, of Mohan Meakins, along with other Indian businessmen, had invested in Indus Airways. They had plans to start services by the end of October 2005 using two Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft leased from Lufthansa. These two CRJ-200LRs are ex Independence Air aircraft from the USA, N643BR and N644BR. Three more CRJ aircraft were expected by December and a fleet of 10 aircraft was planned, including three Boeing 737-800s and two Bombardier CRJ-700s.
Indus Air operated domestic services to the following destinations (at March 2007) :
Indus air has cancelled its registration of the two aircraft VT-IOA & VT-IOB & is not flying currently
Missing before action ; Most of India's smaller cities remain on the fringes of the aviation boom. Regional airlines have been non-starters in India, unlike in Europe, the United States and even China.
Jul 11, 2010; Back in 2005, several regional airlines were launched. On the pages of national financial dailies, that is. Branded Air Dravida,...