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“Spending time with the one you love is always enjoyable and we wanted to celebrate Valentine’s Day by inviting 90 lucky couples or pairs to fly with AirAsia Zest for free and spend some fun, quality time together, 30,000 feet above,” Joy Caneba, AirAsia Zest executive vice president and chief operating officer said in a statement.
AirAsia X Bhd's (AirAsia
X) recent joint venture (JV) agreement with PT Kirana Anugerah Perkasa (PTKAP)
after receiving an air service license (ASL) to set up a hub in Bali has been
viewed a positive development by most analysts.
"When people begin to look at it on a macro scale, then our share price will begin to return to where it should be. We're trading at NTA (net tangible assets) at the moment which is fairly ridiculous, our margins are still up there, our cash [flow] is very strong but we're in a good part of the world so we're optimistic," Tony Fernandes told CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box."
AirAsia Prepares Japan Discount Airline After Split With ANA
AirAsia Bhd. (AIRA), Southeast Asia’s biggest budget carrier, is close to restarting plans for a Japanese unit after a partnership with ANA Holdings Inc. (9202) unraveled in June, Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes said. “Japan is a market we are very bullish on,” Fernandes said in an interview in London on Jan 17. The Sepang, Malaysia-based airline has lined up local partners and plans to commence service next year, the executive said.
The low-cost, long-haul airline business model has been slow to gather momentum in other parts of the world, but it appears set to boom in Asia. Latest developments see AirAsia X placing a major widebody order that would extend its reach to Europe, and two other low-cost carriers (LCC) revealing plans to launch a long-haul joint venture in Thailand.
AirAsia X Bhd hopes to be the Emirates of South-East Asia, return to Europe in 2016 and possibly spread its wings to the United States, according to co-founder and director Tan Sri Tony Fernandes. He envisioned the carrier would become the equivalent of Emirates in the low-cost airline segment, saying Emirates had been very successful in carrying passengers between continents from Dubai.
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