AirAsia India on Saturday unveiled its fourth aircraft with a livery dedicated to JRD Tata as a mark of respect to the pioneer of civil aviation in the Indian sub-continent.
The livery of the aircraft dons an image of the JRD Tata with a puss moth, the aircraft he flew on 15th October 1932.
“We wanted to celebrate the growth of AirAsia India by honoring the man without whom flying would have been impossible in India. The Tata group has shaped Indian aviation to a great extent and has been a huge support to the AirAsia India team as well. With another addition to our fleet, we will soon make a flying a possibility for every Indian”, Chandilya said.
At present, AirAsia India has Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Goa, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Pune in its destination network.