Since he became the surprise choice of Tony Fernandes, group chief executive of AirAsia Bhd, a year ago to steer the Malaysian budget carrier’s Indian venture, Mittu Chandilya has often talked about revolutionizing the country’s aviation sector. As if to prove it wasn’t mere bravado, Chandilya unveiled a measure of that ‘revolution’ last week.
AirAsia India, which is due to launch on June 12, said it will charge passengers for check-in luggage. Cancelled tickets will not earn a refund. Passengers cannot eat their own food on board.
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