AirAsia India suffered a loss for the second quarter of 2015.
The fledgling low-cost carrier, which first launched in summer 2014, reported an operating loss of INR413 million (US$6.3m) for the three months to 30 June 2014, with total revenues of INR1.15 billion. The airline carried approximately 300,000 passengers during this period.
“We are small but we are a popular airline in India and we are growing fast. Loads are consistently high and in 2Q15 AAI recorded a load factor of 83% with 0.3 million passengers carried.”
“[We] will work towards keeping its cost under check, with increased focus on ancillary revenue,” AirAsia added.