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Amazon air freight service launched in India • TechCrunch

Amazon has launched Amazon Air, its dedicated air cargo fleet, in India as the e-commerce giant expands its logistics infrastructure in its key overseas market where it has committed more than $6.5 billion.

The retailer has partnered with Bengaluru-based cargo airline QuikJet to launch its first airfreight service in the country, helping it speed up delivery, according to the company. Amazon uses the Boeing 737-800 for the service.

Amazon launched Air in the US in 2016 with more than three dozen Boeing cargo planes. The program has also been tested briefly in the UK. India is the third market where Amazon has launched its freight service.

“Amazon India uses its own services for the delivery of about 80-85% of orders and has opened up its delivery department to other sellers. Delivery itself is a business that can achieve huge scale in India. So it makes sense for them to start this in India,” said Satish Meena, an independent analyst who follows the e-commerce sector in the country.

(This is a developing story)

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