India’s airline regulator has said it has no reason to deny AirAsia India an air operator’s permit. A committee that examined the criticism against the AirAsia India launch has found the objections to be without merit. The airline is planned as a joint venture between AirAsia Bhd and two Indian partners—the Tata group and Telstra Tradeplace. It is now likely to be granted permission to fly soon. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had received 18 ...

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