AirAsia

AirAsia’s logistic arm to launch first dedicated freighter in Q3

AirAsia logistics arm Teleport will operate the carrier's first dedicated freighter – the 737-800F – set to launch in Q3 2021.  ...


Family affair: Meet AirAsia’s pilot sisters

Meet Safia Amira and Safia Anisa Abu Bakar, two sisters who followed in their father’s footsteps to become Senior First Officers with AirAsia....


Veranita Yosephine: AirAsia's energetic CEO who is changing aviation

Breaking down barriers and leading by example, Air Asia Indonesia CEO Veranita Yosephine is changing the face of aviation...


AirAsia Group to raise funds via private placement

AirAsia Group announced it would raise funds through private placement.  ...


With AirAsia X spiraling downwards, is Airbus A330neo in trouble?

With AirAsia X in peril, could the Malaysian low-cost airline jeopardize the Airbus A330neo program, considering its importance to the aircraft?...


AirAsia India to expand its fleet with three A320 neo aircraft

The low-budget carrier AirAsia India plans to expand its growing fleet with three more Airbus A320neo aircraft by 2021....


After AirAsia Japan bankruptcy, group reviews India’s unit

Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia Group is revising investments in its financially burdened Indian subsidiary, after its Japan affiliate filed for bankruptcy....


Malaysian AirAsia secures $72 million loan

AirAsia Group, a Malaysia-based investment holding company, secured a $72 million loan from Sabah Development Bank Berhad and disbursed it to the group’s units....


AirAsia Philippines looks for contributor to secure fresh capital

Ricky Isla, the CEO of AirAsia Philippines, the Philippine affiliate air carrier of AirAsia Group, announced that the airline started negotiations among financial institutions in order to secure fresh capital and keep itself afloat....


Government denies approving $242 million loan to AirAsia Group

The Malaysian Ministry of Finance denied a media report claiming that the government of the country has granted a $242 million (RM 1 billion) loan as a lifeline to AirAsia Group. The Ministry of Finance stated that none of the airlines has received any of state-owned loan guarantees yet....