AirAsia's Tony Fernandes takes dig at Kingfisher Airlines' Vijay Mallya?
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Tony Fernandes CEO of AirAsia, which is set to take wing in India soon along with the Tata Group and Arun Bhatia's Telestra Tradeplace, seems to have taken a dig at beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines' Vijay Mallya.
Observing that this was the "right time" to enter the Indian market, Tony Fernandes said, "silly capital has gone out. Eight years ago, I said I will never come to India as there are crazy guys in this business who had too much money to throw away. They have lost all their money now. There is a bit of sensible business now."
However, no further clarifications are available.