Air Asia India Drops Plan To Take Jet Airways’ Grounded B737s Aeroplanes

Low-cost carrier Air Asia India has dropped its plan to lease B737 aircraft of grounded Jet Airways as the Tata group venture carrier wants to continue with one type of aircraft.

“Air Asia India had informed the aviation regulator about their plan to lease some of the B737 airplanes that were operated by Jet Airways. But later it did not follow up. Now, the idea has finally been dropped,” said an industry source.

He said the airline did not want to pursue the plan as induction of new type of fleet was seen adding complications given the different seat configuration, maintenance and skill requirement.

“In low-cost airline business, one-type of fleet is advisable,” the executive quoted above said. Read more

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