(MENAFN) AirAsia Chief Executive Tony Fernandes said that the company is planning to expand in India by intensifying its flights to the subcontinent and it shall focus on coming up with new routes.
The plan includes adding 10 planes each year and outlining new routes to to India the expected increase.
The new planes will be provided by Airbus "A320s" and the added routes will concentrate on the southern part of the country other than Mumbai or New Delhi.
Malaysia-based AirAsia won approval from India's foreign investment panel in March to set up the airline in a joint venture with the giant Tata group and entrepreneur Arun Bhatia's Telstra Tradeplace
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