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Articles tagged “airasia”

Airlines

China’s strict aviation rules limit flight options for travelers

Chinese regulations tailored to keep state-owned airlines on top actually hurt domestic tourism by keeping prices high and options limited, although foreign budget airlines flying within China provide travelers some relief.

Airlines

AirAsia offers a free remedy for fliers that hate sitting next to kids

The quiet zone is located at the head of the plane so while it may save fliers from having the back of their seat kicked, it won’t block the sound of crying infants -- although what can you expect for free?

AirAsia offers a free remedy for fliers that hate sitting next to kids

Airlines

Indonesia’s Lion Air challenges AirAsia with new Malaysia-based budget airline

The booming aviation industry in Asia is being led by low-cost carriers that may succeed by offering cheaper tickets on flights that also offer perks such as in-flight entertainment and legroom.

Indonesia’s Lion Air challenges AirAsia with new Malaysia-based budget airline

Airlines

Low-cost line AirAsia looks to its southeast Asian neighbors to help it grow

AirAsia does have plans to take on China, but first it wants to become the dominant low-cost player in the ASEAN region.

Hotels

Red Planet buys stock in Tune Hotel to expand-pay-as you-go platform in Asia

The 24-property-strong AirAsia subsidiary will use the investment to expand within Asia -- as well as new properties in Scotland and Saudi Arabia -- and wherever cheap flights can carry middle class travelers.

Airlines

More Asia-Pacific flyers like budget carriers Jetstar and AirAsia than bigger counterparts

Even as the airline industry goes through a boom in the region flyers are turning to the budget operators for their flights instead of older established players like Qantas and Singapore Airlines.

Airlines

AirAsia wants to become a global brand by becoming regional powerhouse

The low-cost Malaysian line has been building regional partnerships, but it will need to continue to deliver on its budget promises if it's to differentiate itself from competitors.