AirAsia India on Monday moved closer to getting off the ground by appointing S. Ramadorai as its Chairman, ending months-long suspense and having in place the entire top management team.
A day after getting Tata Group patriarch Ratan Tata as the chief advisor, AirAsia Group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes on Monday announced the name of Tata Consultancy Services vice-chairman S. Ramadorai as the chairman of his proposed low-cost airline venture.
Subramanian Ramadorai was also formerly the chief executive of the country’s largest software exporter.
“I would like to confirm Ramadorai as chairman of AirAsia India, a giant of Indian industry, and man from the South,” Mr. Fernandes tweeted.
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