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1. Asia Digital Engineering Receives Base Maintenance Approval from CAAM
Asia Digital Engineering (ADE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of AirAsia, has received base maintenance approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM). ADE can now perform regular line maintenance as well as base maintenance (hangar or C-checks) for AirAsia Groups airlines, and will be available to support third party airlines with aircraft maintenance repairs and overh
2. Indonesian Wins S$1 Million at Changi Airport
Jakarta-based Ade Iskandar Roni beat seven other finalists to emerge as the Grand Draw winner of the 2016 Be a Changi Millionaire shopping promotion held on Sunday afternoon at Singapore Changi Airports Terminal 3, walking away with S$1 million in cash.
3. Be a Changi Millionaire Gives Shoppers Chance to Win S$1 Million Cash or Jaguar E-PACE
The popular Be a Changi Millionaire shopping promotion has returned to Changi Airport in Singapore. Every qualifying spend will give shoppers a shot at winning one of two grand prizes - S$1 million cash or the new Jaguar E-PACE.
4. Teleport to Expand Cargo Fleet with Three Aircraft
Teleport, the logistics venture of airasia digital, has confirmed that it will expand operations with a dedicated Boeing 737-800F and the conversion of two AirAsia Airbus A320 passenger aircraft which have had the seats removed for increased capacity. Published by on 9 June 2021.
5. COVID Helped Us Fast-Track Our Transformation Plans, says Tony Fernandes
AirAsias transformation into a data and tech driven travel and lifestyle group has been recognised as one of three ASEAN Unicorns based in Malaysia by a recent Credit Suisse report, alongside Carsome and Edotco. The report highlights how the digital economy benefited from structural and behavioural changes due to COVID19 which accelerated the pace of digitalisation. Published by T

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