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KPMG caught in old vs new airlines’ crossfire

The fight between ‘old’ Indian carriers and start-ups — Tata Group JVs Vistara and AirAsia India Pvt Ltd (AAIPL) — over relaxing rules for desi airlines to fly abroad has intensified. Times of India, 6 days ago
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Tata Sons, Telestra in discussions to hike stake in AirAsia

AirAsia India, which commenced operations on June 12 last year, was the first airline to have come up after the then UPA government allowed foreign airlines to invest up to 49% in an Indian carrier.
 DNA1 month ago Course correction needed  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Raipur's AirAsia dream grounded  Times of India3 weeks ago Tatas' move to gain management control in AirAsia India may raise questions  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Tata Group looks to increase AirAsia India stake

AirAsia India A320 Majority shareholder Tata Group is in talks with fellow shareholder Telestra Tradeplace to buy significant additional equity in startup low-cost carrier (LCC) AirAsia India. Tata Group already has a 30% shareholding, with the ...
 Air Transport World1 month ago Tatas may increase AirAsia India stake: Tony Fernandes  Smart Investor1 month ago Tata Group may increase stake in AirAsia India: report  Livemint.com1 month ago

Tata Sons wants to raise holding in Air Asia

PARIS: Low-fare carrier AirAsia India and Tata Sons are in discussion to increase the conglomerate's stake in the airline, a senior executive at the airline's Malaysian parent and another person in the know said. The Tatas now own 30% stake in AirAsia India ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Forbes India

Airlines against Bengaluru airport's 50% discount to AirAsia

NEW DELHI: AirAsia India's decision to declare Bengaluru airport as its hub won the new carrier up to 50 per cent discount in airport charges. This has not gone down well with the older airlines, which have opened a new front against the ...
 Economic Times18 hours ago Deliberately going slow as it waits for clarity in regulations Fernandes  Manila Bulletin1 week ago AirAsia: Slow to soar  Forbes India3 weeks ago Uncertainty over flight rules forces AirAsia to put India plan on hold  Business Insider India1 month ago
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Tatas may up stake; eye break-even by yearend: AirAsia

The 5/20 rule pertains to the government allowing Indian carriers to complete five years of domestic operations and have a fleet of 20 aircraft before allowing them to fly international.
 Money Control1 week ago Gearing up for takeoff  Outlookbusiness.com3 weeks ago

Awaiting clarity on 5/20 rule this Monsoon Session: AirAsia

Excerpts from Closing Bell on CNBC-TV18 Watch the full show » W Also read: Govt may ease norms on foreign biz of domestic airlines The 5/20 case pertains to the government allowing Indian carriers to complete five years of domestic operations ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago
Business Insider India

5/20 rule for Indian airlines must be scrapped, says Tata Sons' Mukund Rajan

The government should abolish 5/20 rule for the Indian airlines as it demands that an airline must have at least 20 planes and run domestic operations for five years before being eligible to start overseas flights, Tata Sons Chief Ethics Officer and ...
 Business Insider India4 weeks ago With clarity, India can be aviation hub: Tatas | Exodus from foreign banks to Indian cos  Economic Times4 weeks ago Centre puts off decision on 5/20 rule for airlines  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Ratan Tata gets into a start-up game

More than the financial investment and advice, it is Mr. Tata's name and reputation that adds value to these start-ups. What does it mean to retire at the age of 75? For Ratan Tata, who spent more than two decades at the helm of the iconic Tata ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Malaysia MSN

AirAsia take-off hit by headwinds in India

Mumbai: A business model that worked wonders in several countries. A local partner that pioneered aviation in India. Victory over concerted efforts to block its entry. When AirAsia spread wings over India in 2014, the continent's largest low-fare ...
 Malaysia MSN1 month ago AirAsia takeoff hit by headwinds in India  Livemint.com1 month ago India Eyes Offset Components Opportunties  Aviation International News1 month ago Eyes on the skies in India as aviation industry soars  Abu Dhabi National2 days ago
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