Air Deccan has headquarters in 2007 in Bangalore.
Air Deccan was in 2003 the first low cost Indian airline. The idea of offering low cost, was that the competition could also offer lower fares on the routes they competed, so the best way was to compete on as many routes as possible at the same time with low fares. In 2007 Air Deccan is the largest Indian low cost airline.
In 2007 they have a seconday hub in Chennai. Early 2007 Air Deccan has a fleet of 18 Airbus A 320 and a total of 23 ATR aircraft, with orders for many more aircraft.
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