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Cleartrip, one of India’s fastest-growing OTAs, announced the onboarding of AirAsia Berhad onto its platform. The key development will provide greater travel options to its users – in terms of routes and price offerings. Sectors include the International flights covered by AirAsia from India to Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand. AirAsia flies Continue Reading
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Bookings open till 24th February 2023 AIX Connect, operating as AirAsia India, launched its Start of Summer Sale with fares starting from INR 1,400 for routes such as Mumbai-Chennai, along with similar special sales fares across its network. Bookings are open till 24th February 2023, for travel between 12th March and 30th September 2023. The […]Continue Reading
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AirAsia Aviation Group Limited sold its remaining stake in AirAsia (India) Private Limited, its India operations, to Tata group-led Air India, according to a regulatory filing. The agreement comes as AirAsia makes its strongest-ever comeback to the skies following the pandemic, which allowed the airline to review its strategic goals and narrow its focus on […]Continue Reading
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AirAsia India announced the launch of its Independence Sale with fares starting at INR 1,475, for routes like Delhi-Lucknow, in addition to similar discounted sale fares across its network. The offer is applicable on bookings made from 10th August till 13th August 2022 for travel between 25th August 2022 and 25th March 2023. The airline […]Continue Reading
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AirAsia said it is resuming flights connecting India with Malaysia and Thailand from this month. After two years of coronavirus-induced suspension, India resumed regular international flights on March 27.In a press release, Malaysian carrier AirAsia said flights will gradually resume on six routes between India and Malaysia. While the flights on Bengaluru-Kuala Lumpur and Continue Reading
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With AirAsia India getting close to obtaining international flying rights, conglomerate Tata Sons, will in the near future, have four airlines with permits for overseas operations. At present, only Vistara operates on international routes. The development assumes significance since Tata Sons’ subsidiary Talace is expected to soon acquire Air India and Air India Continue Reading
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