Tag: AirAsia India

DGCA suspends two pilots of AirAsia India in Bagdogra incident

India's civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended the two pilots of AirAsia India who

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AirAsia India plans to add nine planes to fleet by end of 2019

Budget carrier AirAsia India is planning to take its fleet strength to 30 by end of the year from

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Air Asia India eyes corporate clients, foreign flights

Seeking long-term travel commitment, Tata Group joint venture Air Asia India plans to tie up with about 200 companies

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AirAsia launches direct Ahmedabad-Bangkok flight

Low-cost carrier, AirAsia, has announced the launch of a direct flight from Ahmedabad to Bangkok beginning May 31 under

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AirAsia says it may set up base in Macau, the first overseas carrier to throw its hat in since the end of Air Macau’s monopoly in January

AirAsia, the region’s largest low-cost carrier, may set up a base in Macau to serve Chinese travellers, becoming the

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AirAsia big sale: Book flight tickets starting Rs 1,899 from Delhi to Kolkata; check details

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia has announced one-week flight ticket sale for select routes with fares starting from Rs 1,899,

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AirAsia launches venture capital fund to back startups in Southeast Asia

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Group said it was launching a venture capital fund in the United States to invest

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AirAsia announces launch of new technology centre in Bengaluru

Malaysian budget airlines group AirAsia Thursday announced the launch of a new technology centre in Bengaluru to help it

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Tata Trusts chief, ex-CEO of TCS exit AirAsia India

R Venkataramanan, managing trustee of Tata Trusts, and S Ramadorai, former CEO of TCS, have exited budget carrier AirAsia India by selling their shares

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AirAsia went through some unfortunate incidents, says CEO Sunil Bhaskaran

AirAsia India had recently gone through some "unfortunate incidents", but was able to put everything behind it, Sunil Bhaskaran,

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