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BANGLORE Despite the ongoing financial instability with the AirAsia Group, the subsidiary AirAsia India is planning to add three Airbus A320neo to its fleet by mid-2021.

The airline currently has two Airbus A320neo in its fleet. The Banglore-based carrier is planning to add the third A320neo before year-end, and the fourth and fifth A320nDespite the ongoing financial instability with the AirAsia Group, the subsidiary AirAsia India is planning to add three Airbus A320neo to its fleet by mid-2021.

The airline currently has two Airbus A320neo in its fleet. The Banglore-based carrier is planning to add the third A320neo before year-end, and the fourth and fifth A320neo by June 2021.

The Indian low-cost took delivery of its first A320neo with registration VT-ATD (MSN 10037), in October 2020.

AirAsia India is a joint venture between Malaysian AirAsia Group and Indian Tata Sons. According to recent speculation, AirAsia Group is reluctant to provide financial support so the carrier is solely relying on an injection from its other shareholder, Tata Sons, which might increase its stake beyond the current 51%.eo by June 2021.#

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