AirAsia has recommenced its service between Kota Kinabalu and Jakarta, marking a significant boost for regional tourism. On Tuesday (Feb. 6), the inaugural flight QZ 526 from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport landed in Kota Kinabalu International […]
Capital A Berhad, operating as AirAsia is a Malaysian multinational low-cost airline headquartered near Kuala Lumpur.
It is the largest airline in Malaysia by fleet size and destinations.
AirAsia operates scheduled domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations spanning 25 countries.
AirAsia is ready to add more international flights from Malaysia to Thailand with 3 new routes, Penang – Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur – Hat Yai starting from 13 April 2022, and Johor Bahru – Bangkok
The airasia Super App is set for faster and stronger growth as an online travel agency (OTA) platform as it enters into a distribution and technology partnership with MG Group, Southeast Asia’s leading B2B hospitality
Following the much-celebrated resumption of flights to Phuket from Kuala Lumpur last week, AirAsia now announced the resumption of flights to Bangkok.
AirAsia Group is ready to fly with its operating crew and frontline staff 100% vaccinated, alongside numerous contactless safety and hygiene measures in place to ensure the highest standards are maintained ahead of a resumption
AirAsia Group Berhad announced the disposal of 32.67% of its equity shares in AirAsia (India) Limited (AAI) held by the Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary, AirAsia Investment Limited (AAIL).
AirAsia started operations for its new route connecting Kota Bharu, Kelantan to the holiday island of Langkawi, with the inaugural flight AK6289 arriving into Langkawi on time with a healthy 80% flight load.
AirAsia is introducing counter check-in fees in selected countries and cities effective today, following the successful deployment of its contactless check-in kiosks and enhanced mobile app features recently.
AirAsia has resumed its Kuala Lumpur to Singapore flights on August 17, allowing cross border travel for essential and official travelers following both countries’ announcement on the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) scheme.