Your plant is Aed. crassifolia for sure. I came from Myanmar (Burma) and back home, every orchidmania home has some kind of Aerides specie, mostly crassifolia, multiflora, rosea and odorata in their collection. All the crassifolia i seen has flower which are more open and both the petal and sepals always reflex backward, but your plant and leaves are typical of crassifolia.
Only Aed. crassifolia and multiflora and some clones of huelletiana has succulent leaf. Aed. odorata, falcata, lawrenceanum and flabellata has similar floppy strappy leaf, with flabellata having the smallest in term of growth and leaf size. Aed. rosea has growth simialr Rhy. coelestics. Not familiar with Indian specie like crispum and macusolum.