Articles tagged “airasia”

Online Travel

Business Model Innovation Is the Hottest Thing in Online Travel

Innovation comes in many forms. Sometimes it's a new technology. But for a growing number of online travel companies, it's all about disrupting traditional business models.

Business Model Innovation Is the Hottest Thing in Online Travel

Online Travel

AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes Keen to Split Company in Dual New York Listings

Capital A is keen to push ahead with its "Hollywood" debut on the New York Stock Exchange, according to full-of-gusto CEO Tony Fernandes. Traveloka is also keen for an IPO debut in the U.S. The New York Stock Exchange is surely the place to be for Asian superapps.

AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes Keen to Split Company in Dual New York Listings

Online Travel

Uber to Add Flights, Rail and Hotel Bookings to Its UK App

We shouldn't be too surprised, considering Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi was previously the CEO of Expedia Group. But technical questions will remain over how a ride-hailing and food delivery app can transform into a superapp so quickly.

Uber to Add Flights, Rail and Hotel Bookings to Its UK App

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Delta’s New Lie-Flat Seats

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, March 29, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Delta’s New Lie-Flat Seats

Airlines

AirAsia SuperApp Offers New Subscription Promotion for Flights, Food Delivery

Subscriptions are relatively hot in travel although AirAsia's limited new plan might be seen as a sign of weakness rather than strength. AirAsia Super+ is essentially a marketing plan to jumpstart the airline's flights and food delivery businesses.

AirAsia SuperApp Offers New Subscription Promotion for Flights, Food Delivery

Hotels

Daily Podcast: Hilton’s China Ambitions

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, February 17, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Hilton’s China Ambitions

Airline Weekly

AirAsia Plans to Add 100 Air Taxis to Ridesharing Platform

Electric air taxis have captured airlines' attention by offering them a solution to the last-mile of travelers' trips, and meeting carbon emission targets. AirAsia is the latest to jump for the technology with a big commitment for the proposed planes.

AirAsia Plans to Add 100 Air Taxis to Ridesharing Platform

Airlines

Flying Taxis Face Steep Regulatory Hurdles

The orders for electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles, or eVTOLs, are coming in, but a mix of regulatory, technical and even social challenges means it could be several more years before they really take off.

Flying Taxis Face Steep Regulatory Hurdles

Airlines

AirAsia Parent Changes Its Name to Capital A

The name change reflects the airline's investments beyond the aviation business, as well as the financial distress of AirAsia's parent company.

AirAsia Parent Changes Its Name to Capital A

Airline Weekly

AirAsia’s Digital Businesses Throw It a Life Preserver

AirAsia received a strong endorsement of its "digital lifestyle company" strategy with digital businesses driving 60 percent of revenue in the third quarter. But flying remains key, with the group looking forward to a surge in pent-up demand as Southeast Asian countries — hopefully — begin easing restrictions.

AirAsia’s Digital Businesses Throw It a Life Preserver