AirAsia on aggressive expansion spree, 50 more planes to be ordered

The additional aircraft would be mainly for the market in India, where it expects its new affiliate, AirAsia India, to launch in the fourth quarter.

Govt clears Airasia, Tata JV proposal for passenger airlines

The FIPB clearance was granted in accordance with the policy which allows up to 49 per cent FDI by a foreign carrier in an Indian airline company.

AirAsia gets govt. approval for name of Indian JV

Gearing up to launch services in India in partnership with Tatas, Malaysia-based low-cost airline AirAsia has got the Ministry of Corporate Affairs approval for the name of its Indian venture that is to be called AirAsia (India) Private Ltd.

Air Asia, Tata JV seeks permission for aircraft leasing

According to sources, in its application to the FIPB, the partners have also sought permission for engaging in ancillary activities.

Not opposed to entry of Tatas in Aviation: Ajit Singh

AirAsia has sought government's nod to launch a new Indian airline in a JV with Tata Group.

AirAsia, Tata's new airline likely to fly from this year-end

A new airline, to be launched by AirAsia, Tata Group and an Indian investor, may start flying from this year-end with 3-4 planes and an initial investment of about USD 50 million by the Malaysian budget carrier.

AirAsia to invest $50 mn in proposed Indian airline

AirAsia, Tatas and Hindustan Aviation of Bhatias have signed a partnership agreement for the venture.

AirAsia ropes in Tatas to launch airline; seeks FIPB nod

The airline has filed an application with India’s Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) for proposed joint venture with Tata Sons.