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Tata Sons ups stake in AirAsia to 49%, equals that of partner
Business Insider India

Tata Sons ups stake in AirAsia to 49%, equals that of partner

Tata Sons signed the agreement with Air Asia India, Telestra Tradeplace, Ramadorai and Venkataramanan on March 14. Tata Sons is keen to put the squabble with other domestic airlines, on whether the government should do away with the 5/20 rule, ... Equilibrio Informativo, 3 weeks ago
Tatas to buy out Bhatia from AirAsia India HT Syndication, 1 month ago
Tatas increase stake in AirAsia Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

AirAsia India's control is with Indian parties, clarifies airline

AirAsia India, which is a 49:51 joint venture betweeen Malaysia's AirAsia and Tata Group and its associates, on Friday sought to quell speculation that it is controlled by its foreign shareholders in violation of the foreign direct investment ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago AirAsia India's effective control rests with Indian parties: Air Asia  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago AirAsia rues hurdles being put up by vested interests; prays govt will put its customers first  Economic Times2 weeks ago It is time for India to end patronage in aviation: AirAsia  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Civil Ministry to take call on 5/20 rule at right time: Mahesh Sharma to Ratan Tata

AirAsia India and Vistara - two airlines operated by the Tatas through joint ventures - are presently ineligible to operate overseas under the 5/20 norm, which requires an Indian carrier to have minimum five years operational experience and at least 20 planes ...
 DNA2 months ago Ratan Tata splits airlines on overseas rule  Smart Investor1 month ago F(L)IGHT MODE  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Reconsider 5/20 rule: AirAsia  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Who controls AirAsia? Malaysian parent or Tata Group?

Budget carrier AirAsia's India operations appear to be remote controlled from overseas with even routine decisions such as fares and in-flight food menu decided at the airline's global headquarters in Malaysia. This has raised questions whether ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Is Malaysian parent remote controlling AirAsia India?  HT Syndication3 weeks ago
Times of India

IndiGo, AirAsia, 6 others owe Rs 220 crore to AAI: Govt

New Delhi: Eight private domestic airlines, including most profitable IndiGo and Tata Sons-invested AirAsia India and Vistara, did not pay dues to the tune of Rs 220.16 crore to Airport Authority of India last year, the Lok Sabha was informed ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago '8 pvt domestic airlines didn't pay Rs 220 crore dues to AAI'  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago IndiGo, GoAir among 8 private airlines that owe Rs 220 crores to AAI, government says  Times of India1 month ago IndiGo, SpiceJet, 6 other domestic airlines didn't pay Rs 220 crore dues to AAI  DNA India1 month ago
Business Standard India

No rules broken by AirAsia India: Tata Sons

The civil aviation ministry is keeping mum on a media report, which reveals that AirAsia India is being controlled by its Malaysian share holder (AirAsia Malaysia) in alleged contravention of foreign direct investment norms. Tata Sons (which ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Can Tata Sons steer AirAsia India out of turbulence?

On Monday, Tata Sons announced that it will raise its stake in AirAsia India to 49 per cent from 41.06 per cent by buying out co-promoter Arun Bhatia's stake in the airline. This makes it an equal partner with AirAsia, the Malaysia-headquartered ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Amidst debate on 5/20 rule, Tata Group urges aviation industry to unite

NEW DELHI: The Tata Group, which is a partner in Vistara and AirAsia India, said the players in the aviation industry should shed their differences to work towards resolving issues that plague the sector. "I would say let us all move on. It is a challenging ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Financial Express

Top 10 business news today: Arun Jaitley warns Vijay Mallya over debt recovery, Tata Sons to hike AirAsia India stake, Xiaomi Mi 5 to be launched soon, Tata tiago, more

Vijay Mallya Debt case: In a stern warning to wilful defaulters like Vijay Mallya, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said they should settle their dues honourably with the banks or else be ready to face coercive action by lenders and investigative ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
Times of India

Tatas to hike stake in JV airline AirAsia India to 49%

The Tata Group will increase its stake in the JV airline AirAsia India (AAIPL) by eight percent. With the deal announced by Tata Group on Monday, Arun Bhatia of Telestra Tradeplace Pvt. Ltd has exited the
 Times of India1 month ago
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