Southeast Asia's largest low-cost carrier is aiming to carry two million passengers a year once it begin flights to New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai, said Chief Executive Tony Fernandes. AirAsia already flies from its base in Kuala Lumpur to the Indian cities of Trichy, Kochi, Trivandrum and Kolkata.
AirAsia will launch flights from the northern Malaysian city of Penang to Chennai on April 28. From Kuala Lumpur, it will begin flying to Mumbai on May 6, to Chennai on May 17, Bangalore on May 20, Hyderabad on July 20 and New Delhi on Aug. 4, the airline said.
"This is a clear indication of the fact that our expansion plans are fully on track," said AirAsia executive Kathleen Tan.
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