AirAsia owns 49 per cent in the three party JV with Tatas owning 30 per cent and remaining 21 per cent with Telstra Tradeplace (owned by Arun Bhatia). Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia, which has formed a joint venture with Tata Group and another ... VC Circle, 1 month ago
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AirAsia has partnered with Tata group and Arun Bhatia-led Telstra Tradeplace for AirAsia India, which is looking to run low-cost passenger airline service in the country.First Post.com, 1 month ago AirAsia to offer cheapest fares in India Oman Tribune, 1 month ago AirAsia promises cheapest fares The Statesman, 1 month ago AirAsia India sees March-April launch; promises lowest fares Domain-B, 1 month ago
Low cost carrier AirAsia's aspiration to enter the Indian aviation space may have to wait a little longer as the Delhi High Court has sought responses from both the Centre as well as the airline on a plea filed by Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago DGCA to send team to... The Echo Of India, 2 months ago DGCA to send team to Malaysia to inspect AirAsia facilities Deccan Herald, 2 months ago DGCA team to visit malaysia to inspect AirAsia facilities The Statesman, 2 months ago
Since the beginning of 2014, Indian airline operators are luring customers with attractive discounts. Each airline is eyeing the biggest share in what's being considered one of the most promising civil aviation markets of the world, and looking to ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago Aviation regulator examining AirAsia application for flying permit NDTV Profit, 1 week ago DGCA examining AirAsia India's application for flying permit Business Standard India, 1 week ago DGCA examining AirAsia India's flying permit plea Times of India, 1 week ago
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MUMBAI: India's aviation regulator is likely to decide on the fate of AirAsia's local venture in the next couple of days after it sifts through the various responses to its recent public notice, seeking opinion on whether a flying permit should be ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago AIRASIA BERHAD : DGCA may decide on AirAsia's flying licence soon 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
Karanvir Gupta Indian Aviation Sector is a mystic tale of surge and plummeting with tilt towards the latter over the last few years, since 2006 to be precise. Ironically when the air carrier Indigo saw its dawn in the year, since then three ...Daily Excelsior.com, 4 weeks ago
The launch of AirAsia India may suffered further delay as the Indian government has asked all persons likely to be affected by the airline to raise their objections, if any, to granting of commercial licence to the airline. The Directorate General ...Topnews.in, 1 month ago AirAsia's India launch may see further delay Business Standard India, 1 month ago
The Union Home Ministry is vetting the names of top bosses of the new Tata Sons, Singapore Airlines joint venture for security clearance, a major pre-requisite for the start-up carrier to get an NOC from the Civil Aviation Ministry. "I have sent ...Indian Express, 1 month ago Ministry vetting names of top bosses of Tata-Singapore airlines Rediff.com, 1 month ago HM vetting names of top bosses of Tata-Singapore airlines Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago Home Ministry vetting names of top bosses of Tata-Singapore airlines for security clearance Economic Times, 1 month ago
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