As a way to honour the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and to execute its commitment to the differently-abled community, AirAsia India has launched its in-flight safety manual in braille. The airline collaborated with Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf and Deafblind to design the manual. Besides, the airline has added a new provision on its website and mobile app to enable the differently-able to pre-book for wheelchair assistance.... Read More
As the airline industry of the country is expected to have a rise in competition, one of the top executives of the major Indian airline Indigo said that they are very clear with their defensive strategies. As the number of vaccinated travelers is increasing and restrictions in regards to travel are being lifted, the sector is seeing a comeback in a high number of passengers after getting hugely impacted by... Read More
AirAsia has been one of the most prominent airlines in India in the last few years. The airline has been nothing but constant and innovative with their services. Customer satisfaction is the main goal for any business and AirAsia has been very good at it. Whether you want to enjoy luxury in the AirAsia red lounge or you want to enjoy tasty inflight meals, the airline has got you covered.... Read More
AirAsia has made its presence heard in the Indian markets. Majorly for providing a really good international flight experience to its customers. But the big news that has hit the market is that the airline is giving its rights to be controlled by the Tata group in India. There will be no influence on the airline in its direct operations in India. AirAsia India is going to be independently controlled... Read More
16 It makes perfect sense that any airline which will be operating commercial flights today will be much more strict with the safety laws. AirAsia Malaysia is back on the sky again with flying commercial flights. The flights have started from April 29. Now, passengers need to be very careful about how they are going to the airport. Without a face mask, you won’t be allowed to board the plane.... Read More
If you are familiar with AirAsia’s history, you might know that the low-cost carrier started its operations way back in 2001. The airline had only 2 planes in its fleet and those two were also not new, but ageing aircraft. But as of now, the airline is very settled with its operations and keeps providing excellent services to its customers. AirAsia currently has a fleet of 272 aircraft and it... Read More
Both of the airlines, Vistara and AirAsia are pretty successful. Vistara being the joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines has had a good capital backup since it commenced its operations. Vistara is the only full-service carrier of the nation. Whereas, AirAsia is the largest airline of Malaysia. It covers over 165 destinations in 25 countries and has a big fleet of aircraft. Both the airlines have pretty sweet... Read More
Flight travel is considered as the safest form of travel. All the carriers in the aviation sector provide exclusive benefits to their passengers to give them a comfortable flying experience. However, sometimes passengers face inevitable mishaps which hamper their comfortable and worry-free journey. To ensure that passengers enjoy a safe trip and avoid any sudden accidents India’s largest carrier IndiGo and Malaysia’s largest carrier AirAsia provides travel insurance add-on services... Read More
AirAsia recently celebrated the arrival of its first Airbus A321neo aircraft. The airline currently operates a fleet of 272 aircraft. AirAsia has made a lot of progress and captured a sustainable share in the market. One of the innovative services that the airline recently started was its web check-in facility inside the New Delhi Metro Station to save their flyers a lot of time. But AirAsia did something that no... Read More
AirAsia is one of the most used reputable airlines in India. Over the years, it has made several improvisations to its services to be able to provide its customers with a new experience. It is also referred to as a budget carrier in India. It is because it allows a very cheap travel experience when compared with its peers in the aviation industry. Recently, AirAsia announced its 6 million ticket... Read More
Malaysia based carrier, AirAsia is making new leaps in the aviation industry. We got to know a few weeks earlier that AirAsia has started a new restaurant featuring its in-flight meals. Now, AirAsia has made a new interesting move in which it has launched a technology academy in partnership with Google. This news comes from CNBC which has noted that AirAsia Google Cloud Academy, which is the name of this... Read More
December is the month where we all kind of want to enjoy the festivities of Christmas and take a break from our heavy scheduled lives. This is a month where aviation companies have to manage loads of bookings. One of the most booked routes by people in India is Delhi-Mumbai during this month. So every major airline has this route set as one of its priorities. Frankly, it is a... Read More
AirAsia India will commence daily flights connecting Ahmedabad and Bengaluru from November 22, 2019. Ahmedabad is AirAsia’s 21st destination. AirAsia also plans to launch Ahmedabad-Delhi flights next month at a frequency of three times a day. The airline may also launch flights to Goa and Hyderabad from Ahmedabad soon. According to Sanjay Kumar, Chief Operating Officer of AirAsia, the airline is on its process of adding more destinations by 2020.... Read More
AirAsia India has been a jointly owned entity between Tata Sons of India, and the Malaysian carrier AirAsia Berhad. However, now it seems, given the new developments, Tata Sons might control all the core operations of the airline including commercial, finance, training and operations. It is worth noting that Tata Sons holds 51% stake in the carrier, whereas, the AirAsia Berhad entity holds the rest of the 49% of the... Read More
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