On May 8, the AirAsia got its flying license from the DGCA, clearing its last supervisory hurdle. The airline, set up as a combined undertaking between its Malaysian parent AirAsia Berhad, Tata Sons and private investor Arun Bhatia, announced its plans on February 19.
AirAsia CEO Mittu Chandilya had in a fresh discussion said it will offer fares 30%-35% lower than the average fares of its rivals.
In his interview, Chandilya had said the first flight would "maybe" be out of Chennai but that may change.
AirAsia India will most likely fly to all metros but exclude Mumbai.
"Our network isn't finalized yet but we are looking at a 60:40 ratio of Tier II routes to metro routes with 60 being Tier II," he had said.
You can book your AirAsia ticket from http://www.airasia.com/in/en/home.page