Deccan 360

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Deccan 360
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2009
Ceased operations May 2011[1]
Hubs Bengaluru International Airport, Bangalore
Fleet size 2
Destinations 2
Parent company Deccan Aviation
Headquarters Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Key people G.R. Gopinath

Deccan 360 also known as Deccan Cargo & Express Logistics was a cargo airline based in Bangalore, India.


Deccan 360 began operations in November 2009, the company was set up by Capt. G.R. Gopinath, former owner of Air Deccan, which he sold to Kingfisher Airlines.[2] Deccan 360 began with three Airbus A310 cargo planes and five ATR cargo aircraft but the Airbuses had maintenance issues and were often grounded. Deccan returned these planes to the lessor in May 2011.[3] and suspended operations in the same month.[4] Renamed as Deccan Cargo and Express Logistics Pvt. Ltd.(DCEL) in 2007-2008, has been ordered to wind up by the Karnataka High Court in a recent order based on petitions — one filed by Dubai-based United Aviation Services (UAS) and another by M/s Patel Integrated Logistics (PIL) Pvt. Ltd. — seeking recovery of amounts due to them by winding up the company.


Deccan 360 previously served the following.[5]


Airbus A310-300F of Deccan 360

Deccan 360 fleet included the following aircraft at of December 2012:[3]

Deccan 360 Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Capacity Routes Registration
ATR 72-202F 2 0 Domestic VT-DEA, VT-DEB
Total 2 0

Previous types operated[edit]


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