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From AirAsia to Unilever: Global cos bet on India's spending power
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From AirAsia to Unilever: Global cos bet on India's spending power

However, a key deterrent to more investment is often-unpredictable tax treatment of foreign companies in India.

A man of fashion and former model: Meet AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya
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A man of fashion and former model: Meet AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya

Besides being a sharp dresser and having an impeccable sense of fashion, does Mittu really have it in him to run an ultra low-cost airline in a difficult cost environment which India provides?

AirAsia India files application to launch operations
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AirAsia India files application to launch operations

The newly formed AirAsia India, the Indian arm of Malaysia's low cost carrier AirAsia, has filed an application with the Civil Aviation Ministry seeking permission to launch its operations, official sources said here today.

Yet to appoint CEO for India foray, says AirAsia
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Yet to appoint CEO for India foray, says AirAsia

AirAsia today said the low-cost airline group is yet to appoint CEO for its India foray, more than a month after AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes tweeted that he had selected a person for the top job.

Flying start to Air Asia recruitment drive for Indian ops
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Flying start to Air Asia recruitment drive for Indian ops

As the Malaysian low-cost carrier looks to kick start its operations in India from September, its recruitment drive got a thumping response.

Look before you leap at AirAsia's low-cost fares
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Look before you leap at AirAsia's low-cost fares

Asia's largest low-cost carrier does not allow free check-in of baggage globally. Customers usually book it along with the tickets.

Now, procedural grind: AirAsia set to apply for NoC
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Now, procedural grind: AirAsia set to apply for NoC

AirAsia's Indian dreams could take wing soon, with the airline preparing to apply for what is known as an "initial NoC" to the Ministry of Civil Aviation

AirAsia's 'zero rupee' offer: Why IndiGo, SpiceJet need to strategize now
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AirAsia's 'zero rupee' offer: Why IndiGo, SpiceJet need to strategize now

The Malaysian carrier, which is launching an airline in India in partnership with the Tatas, today announced 'zero rupee' fares to Indian cities on international routes within Asia.

Govt approves 6 FDI proposals worth over Rs 732 crore
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Govt approves 6 FDI proposals worth over Rs 732 crore

The government today approved 6 FDI proposals, including that of AirAsia Investment, Malaysia, totalling over Rs 732 crore.

FIPB approves AirAsia-Tata Group JV
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FIPB approves AirAsia-Tata Group JV

Malaysia's AirAsia, the largest budget carrier in Asia, plans to launch a regional airline in India with an initial investment of Rs 80 crore

Sky's the limit? Southeast Asia budget airlines bet big on growth
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Sky's the limit? Southeast Asia budget airlines bet big on growth

The rivalry between Southeast Asia's main airlines intensified when Lion Air launched its first service in Malaysia, barging onto AirAsia's home turf, but the pace of expansion has raised questions about whether airlines are overextending themselves.

What game is Ajit Singh trying to play with AirAsia?
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What game is Ajit Singh trying to play with AirAsia?

Minister Ajit Singh initially said he would have preferred the Tatas to launch an airline on their own, then said he had no problem with the new airline proposal but there seem to be some procedural issues with it.

Why Indian carriers may be gunning for AirAsia venture
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Why Indian carriers may be gunning for AirAsia venture

The message is clear: AirAsia will perhaps be in direct competition with IndiGo and SpiceJet for fares and this would be particularly true in the south Indian markets since AirAsia's base would be Chennai.

Now Tiger Airways explores tie-up with Indian carrier too
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Now Tiger Airways explores tie-up with Indian carrier too

After Malaysia's Tony Fernandes' AirAsia, Singapore-based low-cost carrier Tiger Airways is exploring the possibility of a strategic partnership with an India-based airline for offering

New investment guidelines throw spanner in AirAsia, Etihad works
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New investment guidelines throw spanner in AirAsia, Etihad works

According to the guidelines for foreign investment in the civil aviation sector, any foreign entity which invests in an Indian airline cannot have more than one-third representation on the airline's board of directors.

Catch 22: Should Tata have started airline before announcing AirAsia JV?
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Catch 22: Should Tata have started airline before announcing AirAsia JV?

A day before the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) is scheduled to take up the proposal by Malaysian airline AirAsia, fresh doubts are being raised over this project.

AirAsia, Tata airline may launch as early as June
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AirAsia, Tata airline may launch as early as June

Air Asia and Tata Group which have proposed to set up a domestic airline along with Arun Bhatia of Telestra Tradeplace, have sought approval for renting and leasing of aircraft, besides carrying of air freight.

After Mallya, the bell tolls for Naresh Goyal of Jet
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After Mallya, the bell tolls for Naresh Goyal of Jet

FDI came too late for Kingfisher. Jet Airways' Naresh Goyal too finds that his potential partner can now dictate terms to him. Is it curtains for him?

Air Asia's recipe for success: A thorough study of Indian avation
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Air Asia's recipe for success: A thorough study of Indian avation

Malaysia based AirAsia, Asia's largest budget airline, has already moved the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) for approvals to begin a budget airline in India. It won't raise debt and will operate under the Air Asia brand name.

AirAsia venture to face near-term challenges
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AirAsia venture to face near-term challenges

AirAsia's proposed airline venture in India could face some near-term challenges because of the high-cost environment India offers its airlines.