Indian ground-handling company Decor Aviation has launched a new turboprop-based regional carrier, Air Pegasus, out of Bengaluru. The airline, which will start initial daily services April 12 from its Bengaluru base to Hubballi, is pitching itself into a similar bracket as Malaysia Airlines’ short-haul subsidiary Firefly offering a “right-cost” model flying ATR 72-500 turboprops. FAA upgrades India’s aviation safety rating to Category 1 The airline plans to ...

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