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As an advisor to AirAsia, Ratan Tata will pilot the airline in its formation and after its launch later this year. But on Tuesday, Tata played the real airline pilot as he flew AirAsia group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes and other company officials in a private jet to Delhi.
"My new Pilot Sir Ratan Tata flying me to Delhi. Another way AirAsia cuts costs. The advisor is a pilot,'' Fernandes tweeted after the flight. Tatas are joint venture partner in AirAsia India. On Tuesday, Fernandes and Tata met civil aviation minister Ajit Singh to discuss the airline's plans and request speedy clearances for the proposal.