The E-commerce website, Amazon has introduced a brand-new air cargo service called Amazon Air. Through this, the business will use airplanes to deliver things to its clients. Additionally, the corporation will be able to increase delivery with the aid of this air freight service. In isolated regions, delivery will be helpful. In addition, delivery will happen more quickly. According to Sarah Rhoads, vice president of global air operations at Amazon, this air freight service has currently been launched in four Indian metropolises.
Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, and Delhi will all have access to Amazon Air. Without Amazon Air, it was challenging for Amazon to deliver products to customers in two days or fewer, the business claims. The business has invested in the Indian freight Quikjet to do this. Bangalore-based Quikjet is a transportation company. The business is attempting to speed up delivery with the use of this service. Amazon has already used this form of air cargo service in America and Europe.
The e-commerce behemoth has committed hundreds of millions of dollars and thousands of new jobs worldwide in air logistics capabilities since the debut of Amazon Air. "We are ecstatic to introduce Amazon Air to India. According to Sarah Rhodes, vice president of Amazon Global Air, "We want to make sure we can provide our expanding customer base a fantastic selection, reasonable rates, and quick delivery."