AirAsia is a low-cost carrier based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. While the country is home to a widely-revered full-service operator in the form of flag carrier Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia has outgrown it in terms of its fleet and network. With subsidiaries situated across the continent, AirAsia is set to grow even more, with a huge Airbus order on the way. (Featured image: Getty Images)
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The airline is further boosting its presence in China.
The aircraft has now worn its special livery for almost six years.
The AirAsia Aviation Group is rebounding at a great pace and making the most of restriction-free travel in Asia-Pacific.
The airline hopes to begin refunding passengers by the end of this year.
The airline will begin flying from Jakarta to Perth beginning on June 2.
Both airlines are expected to merge fully in a few months from now.
The new addition makes it the 19th airport in the budget carrier's domestic network.
The number of passengers entering China with AirAsia did not reach the expected number after the lifting of pandemic restrictions.
In his usual style, Tony Fernandes is talking up AirAsia and adding aircraft while hinting at corporate changes to the Capital A structure.
AirAsia Philippines is looking to East Asia for opportunities and now allows passengers up to 60 kgs of baggage, at a price.
After having been on the ground for months, AirAsia's A330neos are set to fly once again.
AirAsia is taking full advantage of open borders and surging demand across Southeast Asia.
The expected rush for the Chinese New Year is well underway, with AirAsia Malaysia adding more flights that are 100% booked already.
The low-cost carrier is already posting a load factor of more than 93% for January 2023.
The attack compromised the personal data of passengers and employees of the low-cost carrier.
A look back at AirAsia's low-cost Philippine airline.