"We are soon planning to amp up our capacity to 70 per cent," the statement said.
Domestic commercial flights were suspended for two months from March 25 to curb the spread of coronavirus infections.
The Civil Aviation Ministry permitted increasing the capacity to 45 per cent with effect from June 27 from a maximum of one-third at the time of resumption of domestic flights from May 25. It was scaled up to 60 per cent from September 2.
Airlines were allowed to operate at 70 per cent of the pre-COVID-19 capacity from November 11.
Earlier this month, senior AirAsia India officials informed travel agents that it remains on the path of serving Indian market by growing its network and scale of operations.
This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text.
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