Chandilya not quitting AirAsia India'

Chandilya not quitting AirAsia India'

Chandilya not quitting AirAsia India'

 AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya is not quitting the airline, AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes said on Sunday as he announced that the two-year-old Indian carrier would “shortly” add two aircraft as part of its fleet expansion plans.

“I read about Mittu calling it quits from you guys. I absolutely deny it. There is no substance to the rumours,” the Malaysian airline group chief told reporters at the Make in India week here.

Unconfirmed reports had a few days ago said that Chandilya has put in his papers.
To questions on the loss-making airline’s much-delayed fleet expansion plan, Fernandes said two more planes would be inducted “shortly and a dozen later” but did not put a time line to these deliveries.