AirAsia is deferring delivery of eight Airbus A320 aircraft originally scheduled to arrive in 2010, and it could decide to defer more. “We are also considering whether to defer delivery of another eight aircraft in 2011. Our decision is largely based on infrastructure issues regarding the construction of the new permanent Low-Cost Carrier Terminal at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport,” Group CEO Tony Fernandes told The DAILY. “We are internally reviewing our expansion plans, ...


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