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Amazon Prime Air India: Amazon Cargo Airline Launching in India!

Amazon Prime Air Cargo will be launched in India by the end of January 2023. The Prime Cargo will carry parcels for the Indian market. Online shoppers will soon get fast delivery on Amazon.

by Sahil_Jain Updated: 24 Jan, 2023, 18:48 IST
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Amazon will soon launch its Amazon Prime Air Cargo Airline in India in collaboration with QuikJet which is a small cargo airline from Bengaluru. India will be the first market other than the US and Europe where Amazon would launch its cargo airline. The Amazon Prime Air in India will be used to carry the packages that shoppers will order from Amazon. This might result in faster delivery on Amazon and better focus on the India market from the brand. 

Amazon Prime Air Fleet Launching in India

Amazon is the biggest online retailer in the world and the Indian market is one of the most important places for the company to target. Thus, Amazon has decided to start its cargo airline in India by the end of this month. Amazon Prime Air in India will start with two Boeing 737-800 airplanes and these numbers will increase in the coming time. Let’s talk about the same in detail in this article.

Amazon Prime Airline Launch in India in January 2023

The Amazon Prime Air Cargo Airline will most likely launch in India by the end of January (Source). The company has had its Prime Air cargo around since 2016 and it has been very helpful for Amazon in many ways. Deliveries all over the world have been made possible and easier for Amazon with its own Prime Air. So now when the Prime Air cargo by Amazon comes to India, we might get much faster deliveries. Also, this is a very important step for Amazon as our country is one of the fastest growing markets in the world and Amazon would leave no chance of covering it as soon as possible.

The Prime Air cargo airline will have two Boeing 737-800s and they will carry Amazon’s packages exclusively. These Boeing aircraft have been getting really famous lately among airlines. Moreover, Amazon tied up with a Bengaluru based cargo airline, QuikJet for setting up Prime Air in India. Also, Amazon plans on increasing the number of Boeing 737-800s to 6 in India by the end of this year. This will make Amazon Prime Air in India way more effective and beneficial for Amazon.

Do let us know your thoughts about Amazon Prime Air in India. Will it be good news for the country and for the brand too? Do you think faster deliveries will attract more customers for Amazon? Not to mention, it will definitely have some impact on the economy too, right? What do you say? 


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When a product is wrongly marked as delivered, customers must deal with a lot of problems, hence Amazon must first introduce otp-based deliveries.

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When a product is wrongly marked as delivered, customers must deal with a lot of problems, hence Amazon must first introduce otp-based deliveries.

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AppleFan wrote:

When a product is wrongly marked as delivered, customers must deal with a lot of problems, hence Amazon must first introduce otp-based deliveries.

I generally get an OTP when I order anything from Amazon. Isn't it the same for everyone?
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Sahil_Jain wrote:
I generally get an OTP when I order anything from Amazon. Isn't it the same for everyone?
Only for few orders getting otp based deliveries , not for all orders .
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Sahil_Jain wrote:
I generally get an OTP when I order anything from Amazon. Isn't it the same for everyone?
LED Monitor, costing 7k, was marked delivered without an OTP.
CCTV footage is not yet deemed acceptable by Amazon customer service as proof.
They are reliant on local hub investigation because they have been such idiots.
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venu wrote:
Only for few orders getting otp based deliveries , not for all orders .
Okay, got it
Then it's a serious issue and Amazon must solve it.
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AppleFan wrote:
LED Monitor, costing 7k, was marked delivered without an OTP.
CCTV footage is not yet deemed acceptable by Amazon customer service as proof.
They are reliant on local hub investigation because they have been such idiots.
That's just absurd. A brand as big as Amazon should not be making such mistakes. Maybe you can try contacting the Consumer Complaints Forum.
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