No truth in Indian buyer reports says MAXjet
Stansted transatlantic carrier, MAXjet has moved to deny that its is in discussion with a potential Indian buyer.Stansted transatlantic carrier, MAXjet has moved to deny that its is in discussion with a potential Indian buyer.
MAXjet said there was no truth in the report that Indian carrier; Kingfisher Airlines International is in advanced talks with MAXjet for an acquisition.
Gary Rogliano, CEO of MAXjet said: “The article printed in the Times of India business section on July 21 is unfounded. We never were, and currently are not, in any such discussions to sell MAXjet.”
MAXjet Airways the industry’s first low-fare, all-business-class transatlantic airline currently flies six times weekly services from London Stansted to New York JFK and five times weekly services from London Stansted to Washington Dulles.
MAXjet represents the dawning of a third age in transatlantic services from the Essex hub, following two failed services, first from American and the Continental.
MAXjet has made a better fist of the route than its predecessors, expanding its route network and buying new aircraft since winging in last Summer.