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Mar 15, 2019
AirAsia to launch Mumbai-Kolkata daily flight from 15 April; flight to strengthen airline's operations in the EastAirAsia India will now fly connecting Kolkata and Mumbai, with one daily flight, effective 15 April, the airline said in a release Friday
Dec 21, 2018
AirAsia India inducts 20th plane, becomes eligible for international flight; daily Mumbai-Bengaluru services from 15 JanThis will be AirAsia's third entry into Mumbai after discontinuing services to the city first by AirAsia Berhad in 2012 and then by its subsidiary Indonesian AirAsia X in April this year.
Nov 21, 2018
AirAsia India appoints former IndiGo senior executive Sanjay Kumar as chief operating officerSanjay Kumar will be responsible for commercial operations and shaping next phase growth at AirAsia India
Nov 12, 2018
AirAsia discounts: Budget airline offers low fares of Rs 399 on domestic, Rs 1,999 on international routesThe airline's Indian arm is a 4-year-old joint venture between Tata Sons Ltd and AirAsia Berhad, which operates to 165 destinations across 25 countries.
May 31, 2018
AirAsia case: Cyrus Mistry says dragging his name in controversy is 'ridiculous attempt' to question CBI's independenceCyrus Mistry said board of Tata Sons and the Tata Trustees should concern themselves over the decline in governance standards at AirAsia India
May 30, 2018
AirAsia's R Venkataramanan says 'wrongly named' in corruption probe; alleges smear campaign by Cyrus Mistry against Tata SonsVenkataramanan says motivated allegations are part of a smear campaign run to discredit him and the work being done by the Tata Trusts.
May 30, 2018
Air Asia denies 'wrongdoing'; CBI case may trigger calls for cancellation of operator's India licence, feel expertsAirAsia India, where Tatas have 51 percent stake, began operations in 2014.
May 09, 2014
Tata-Singapore Airlines could begin operations from SeptemberThe proposed joint venture (JV) airline of industrial conglomerate Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines plans to start operations from September 1, according to an application for an operating license submitted to the safety regulator.