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- 17. AirAsia Removes Fuel Surcharge on All Flights
Declining global oil prices has allowed AirAsia to abolish the fuel surcharge across all of its airlines in the group, as well as its low-cost long haul affiliates AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia X. AirAsia was one of the first airlines to abolish fuel surcharge for all its domestic and international flights back in 2008, however rocketing fuel prices forced the air
- 18. AirAsia to introduce Checked Baggage Handling Fee
AirAsia to introduce Checked Baggage Handling Fee. AirAsia is to introduce a fee for handling all Checked Baggage for flights booked from 21st April 2008 onwards across its network. AirAsia's long distance airline, AirAsia X, already charges passengers a Checked Baggage Handling Fee on all AirAsia X flights. This handling fee is only applicable for all bookings made after 21st Apri
- 19. AirAsia Establishes Regional Base in Jakarta - AirAsia Asean
Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, AirAsia’s Group Chief Executive Officer said, To avoid any misinterpretation, let me be very clear: AirAsia Malaysia's headquarters is not moving to Jakarta. AirAsia Malaysia is a Malaysian-registered airline, with all its aircraft registered under the Malaysian flag and it is a company listed on Bursa Malaysia. That will not change
- 20. AirAsia orders 50 Airbus A320s with further 50 on option
AirAsia orders 50 Airbus A320s with further 50 on option. AirAsia has placed a firm order for an additional 50 Airbus A320s, with a further 50 A320s on option. The contract was signed on the 8th of January 2007 by Dato’ Tony Fernandes, Group Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia and John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers of Airbus, and brings the AirAsia Group's (Malaysia AirAs
- 21. AirAsia X to Increase Flights to Australia; Fares from RM 199
AirAsia X to Increase Flights to Australia; Fares from RM 199. AirAsia X is to increase its flights to Australia by flying twice daily from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur - Perth effective 1st July 2010. Currently, AirAsia is servicing the routes with one daily direct flight and with these new additions AirAsia will service the routes with 14 weekly flights.
- 22. AirAsia Growing Cargo Business
AirAsia Growing Cargo Business. AirAsia is utilizing Special Prorate Agreements (SPA) with various airlines to help achieve its revenue target for 2010. The low-cost carrier is tying up with more cargo agents and large export-import firms in the markets that AirAsia flies to. It is also reaching markets beyond its current route network through other airlines with which AirAsia has
- 23. AirAsia Reduces Baggage Fees
AirAsia has revised its check-in baggage fees. Effective today, AirAsia has reduced the prices of the 15kg and 20kg baggage tiers while its long-haul affiliate AirAsia X has reduced the prices of the 25kg and 30kg baggage tiers. Both AirAsia and AirAsia X are also introducing new options of 35kg and 40kg baggage tiers based on popular demand.
- 24. ANA and AirAsia to Form AirAsia Japan
ANA and AirAsia are teaming up to form AirAsia Japan, a new low-cost carrier. AirAsia Japan will be based at Narita International Airport and will serve both domestic and international destinations when it commences operations in August 2012, subject to obtaining the relevant approvals.
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