Tony Fernandes recently tweeted that AirAsia X would soon be resuming flights to Mumbai and Delhi and this tweet was confirmed by an airline spokesperson, who directed further inquiries to the airline. Azran Osman-Rani, chief executive of AirAsia X, would not confirm whether flights will be starting soon, flights that were suspended last year. Instead, he replied to an email from the Wall Street Journal stating that it was just a tweet.
Last year, the flights from Kuala Lampur to major cities in India were halted, the reasons given being the high cost of fuel and the high charges for landing and ground handling. The airline also ceased the operation of their London and Paris flights last year. AirAsia is soon going to be operating a budget airline for local flights within India and the flights to Delhi and Mumbai could compliment these local flights. At the present time, the AirAsia group flies to five Indian cities from Malaysia and Thailand.
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