A grouping of Indian carriers has opposed regulatory approvals accorded to the Indian venture of AirAsia Bhd, to begin commercial operations of a no-frill carrier in the country. The Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) has termed the permission granted to the new airline by the country’s aviation regulator – the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) – as "illegal" and asked the federal government to "advise the DGCA not to permit AirAsia India to ...
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