AirAsia India, the Indian arm of the Malaysian no-frills airline AirAsia, finally took to the skies on June 12, becoming the first airline with foreign investments to operate in India. The company will start operations with just one aircraft initially. However, the airline is likely to get its second Airbus A320 by the end of July or August and will have six to eight airplanes by the end of the first year, AirAsia India Chief Executive Officer Mittu Chandilya says. AirAsia India had ...
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