Turbo Megha Airways Pvt Ltd, operating under the name TruJet has entered into agreements which will enable the airline to double its fleet to 10 ATR 72 aircraft by the end of 2019.
Starting with two ATR 72 aircraft in July 2015, TruJet now operates 5 ATR 72 aircraft in its fleet and connects 20 destinations in India. TruJet is celebrating its 4th Anniversary on July 12, 2019.
With the growth of fleet in the coming months, TruJet will add 10 new destinations by the end of 2019.
The network and financial growth of the airline are being achieved with long term strategic network selection, hard-nosed financial discipline and creating a conducive environment for people to excel. The company wishes to plan & execute sustainable and profitable growth plan for the airline over 5 years.
Trujet (Turbo Megha Airways dba) (Hyderabad) has identified 18 Tier II cities in southern India as prospective destinations in its new regional network. The company hopes to launch operations soon pending final approvals.
The new airline is leasing ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500) 9M-TAG (858) from Berjaya Air in their new livery.
According to the carrier, the “Trujet” brand and name (above) signifies “Unfolding the True Indian Sky” and the colorful “Peacock” logo represents India (National Bird) and its vibrancy.
The prospective airline describes its activities:
Turbo Megha Airways Pvt Ltd had obtained NOC to operate Scheduled Air Transport (Regional) Services from Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of India. We’d be operating the schedule operations under the brand name Trujet. We have received our first ATR-72 500 aircraft (72 seats) and are in the process to receive the second one. We are undergoing the regulatory approvals process of getting our AOP and expect to start operations very soon!