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DGCA Examining AirAsia India's Application For Flying Permit
The process of examining AirAsia India's application has started, Press Trust of India reported quoting unnamed official.
However, the time-frame as to when the airline would get the permit was not revealed in the report.
Meanwhile, AirAsia India Chief Executive officer Mittu Chandilya tweeted a picture of AirAsia's aircraft with a quote,"Sneak preview of days to come in Indian skies. These red birds are raring to go-dressed, painted with the Indian flag."
In April 2013, the foreign investment promotion board had approved the US$30-million deal to launch AirAsia India.
It had also received a no-objection certificate from the Civil Aviation Ministry last year.
AirAsia India was also granted in-principle approval to import 10 Airbus A-320-200 aircraft last December.
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