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Cash crunch pushes AirAsia India to take short-term loans of Rs 630 crore

The Tata Group is yet to take a decision on its merger with Air India. Both Vistara and Air India are full-service carriers

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AirAsia | AirAsia India

Deepak Patel 



Airasia
The low-cost carrier currently operates 28 aircraft in its fleet

Tata Group-owned India, which is in the process of being merged with Air India Express, has taken short-term loans worth Rs 630 crore during the last six months to deal with cash crunch.

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First Published: Mon, September 26 2022. 06:10 IST

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