Indian aviation market is growing at a rapid pace at the backdrop of capacity induction by airlines in India. Airlines in India took deliveries at the rate of more than 1 aircraft every 3 days in 2018.
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AirAsia India inducted the twentieth A320 in its fleet. They will start a red-eye flight on Mumbai-Bengaluru route from January 15, 2019, a day after closing down Surat station.
After bringing in a new CEO, AirAsia India has appointed Sanjay Kumar as the Chief Operating Officer. He’s an industry veteran having worked in the Indian aviation space for more than 25 years.
AirAsia India has a turbulent journey right from the start. They were without a CEO for 5 months until now. Now, an old hand from the Tata camp has taken charge. There are a lot of headwinds he will have to face.
AirAsia India and GoAir are offering a great sale for different travel period. You can book a ticket for as low as INR 500/-. The sale is valid across the entire network of both the airlines. Book fast before the good seats are gone!
Here is the making of the #kabali airplane with Rajinikanth on it. Kudos to Air Asia India for this funky livery on their planes.
Superstar Rajinikanth has done it again! He has made it to the livery of a plane, something that few others have to their credit! Enjoy the first look of the Rajiniplane!
Air Asia India is being run managerially from outside India, as per a news report today. This has been the subject of much discussion amongst the aviation circles already, and now we should wait to see what becomes of this airline which has not been able to grow…
Air Asia India is getting started with a new northern India hub in Delhi and offering exciting prices from Delhi to Bangalore, Goa and Gauhati to celebrate the launch of the new routes. Check out the post for more details
Air Asia India is now working on launching flights from Delhi, in a U turn from their earlier strategy not to turn Delhi Airport. Here are some details of their plans at Delhi.
In what may be one of the first big change of strategies for Air Asia in India, they seem to have decided they cannot look away from the Indian metros. Air Asia India, when they launched earlier this year, had decided to focus on tier 2 markets, and open new routes. And hence, they’ve been operating flights from Bangalore to Goa, Chennai and Kochi, and very recently to Chandigarh and Jaipur. I’d almost given up hope on flying Air Asia in India, since they don’t cover my home airport, which is Mumbai. Until yesterday when Mr. Tony Fernandes, the big man at Air Asia, announced his intentions to be flying out of Mumbai, soon. In Incredible India.bombay is changing by…