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- 1. AirAsia Bans All Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Devices
AirAsia has joined the rapidly growing number of airlines to completely ban all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones from flights. The prohibition applies to all flights operated by AirAsia Group, comprising AirAsia Malaysia (carrier code AK), AirAsia Thailand (FD), AirAsia Indonesia (QZ), AirAsia Philippines (Z2), AirAsia India (I5), Malaysia AirAsia X (D7), Thai AirAsia X (XJ) and
- 2. AirAsia Establishes Major Regional Base in Jakarta
AirAsia asean was officially launched in Jakarta on Tuesday. AirAsia asean was set up as part of the regional expansion strategy of the group, which now includes six airlines, five of which are anchored in ASEAN: the short-haul carriers AirAsia Malaysia, AirAsia Thailand, AirAsia Indonesia, AirAsia Philippines and AirAsia Japan, and the long-haul carrier AirAsia X.
- 3. AirAsia’s First A330-900neo Scheduled to Enter Service in June
AirAsia's very first A330-900neo aircraft has left Airbus paintshop in Toulouse, France. The aircraft will be based at Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok and will be operated by AirAsia’s long-haul affiliate, Thai AirAsia X.
- 4. AirAsia orders 25 Airbus A320s
AirAsia orders 25 Airbus A320s. AirAsia has placed a firm order for an additional 25 A320s. The latest contract brings AirAsia Group's (Malaysia AirAsia, Thai AirAsia and Indonesia AirAsia) total orders to 175 A320 aircraft.
- 5. AirAsia celebrates 30 Million Passengers with 500,000 Seats Promotion
AirAsia celebrates 30 Million Passengers with 500,000 Seats Promotion. The AirAsia Group which comprises AirAsia Berhad, Thai AirAsia and Indonesia AirAsia, has carried over 30 million guests to date. To celebrate AirAsia has launched “The Grand Sale”, the airline’s latest promotion with fares as low as RM30.
- 6. AirAsia X and Thai AirAsia X to Launch New Flights to Japan
AirAsia X Berhad is to launch 4 times weekly flights to Narita. Thai AirAsia X, Thailand’s first low-fare, long-haul carrier, will also launch flights from Narita and Osaka to Bangkok respectively. AirAsia X commenced flights to Japan in December 2010 to Tokyo (Haneda) and flights to Osaka commenced in November 2011. AirAsia X increased its initial three weekly flights from Kuala L
- 7. Leadership Changes at AirAsia X
Datuk Kamarudin Meranun has been appointed as Group CEO, AirAsia X, while Benyamin Bin Ismail has been appointed as acting CEO of AirAsia X Berhad as part of an on-going reorganization exercise. In this newly created role, Kamarudin will spearhead developing the overarching strategy for the AirAsia X Group, which encompasses AirAsia X Berhad, AirAsia X Thailand and Indonesia AirAsi
- 8. AirAsia Becomes Official Airline of Brisbane Broncos
AirAsia has become the official airline of the NRL’s Brisbane Broncos. AirAsia has been making quite a lot of noise in Brisbane lately, as the low cost airline prepares to launch flights from the city to Bangkok for the first time. Flights are scheduled to commence on 26 June 2019.
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