AirAsia, the world’s best low cost airline and Expedia, Inc., the world’s largest online travel company, today announced the launch of a new joint venture company covering Asia Pacific and offering a complete range of great value flights, hotels, and holiday packages.
Low-cost carrier AirAsia and online travel giant Expedia have partnered to offer a complete range of flights, hotels, and holiday packages. This is one of the first partnerships of its kind globally between a low cost carrier (LCC) and an online travel agent (OTA).
AirAsia Incorporated, the Philippine-based affiliate of the AirAsia Group, has chosen Clark as its hub in the country. The airline, which announced its set up last December, will be basing its operations at Clark’s Diosdado Macapagal International Airport from the fourth quarter of 2011.
Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia is planning initial public offerings for its Indonesian and Thai operations to raise cash for expansion in both territories. Tony Fernandes, founder and chief executive, also said that the airline was close to receiving regulatory approval to start a third subsidiary in the Philippines.
A prized air operating licence has been put up for tender in Macao, offering overseas carriers an opportunity to establish a foothold in the world’s largest gambling market. Front runners in the race include Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia.
In a world first for low cost airlines, Jetstar and AirAsia announced today they would form a new alliance that would reduce costs, pool expertise and ultimately result in cheaper fares for both carriers.
AirAsia has signed a 10-year agreement with Akamai Technologies to enhance its website through Akamai’s Dynamic Site Acceleration solution.
AirAsia today celebrates the inaugural London (Stansted) - Kuala Lumpur flight, making history by being the first low-cost, long haul service connecting the UK to Asia.
AirAsia has mandated Barclays Capital, the investment banking division of Barclays PLC, to finance 15 of its new Airbus A320-200 aircraft.
AirAsia has selected Aviation Australia to deliver its aircraft maintenance engineer training for its engineers.
AirAsia, Asia`s first and only low fare airline is proud to announce its new alliance with GE Engine Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd (GEES Malaysia). This alliance covers the maintenance and servicing of all AirAsia aircraft engines. The five year deal is valued at US$20 million.