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Articles tagged “airasia”

News Blog

Capital A Wants to Merge AirAsia and AirAsia X

Malaysia's Capital A has submitted plans for a corporate restructuring, which will involve the merger of its low-cost airline AirAsia with long-haul carrier AirAsia X. The company will set up a new division, called AirAsia Aviation, which will be run by Bo Lingam, who is currently president, airlines and group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Group…

Hotels

How Hilton Defines Wellness Travel

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at a new take on wellness travel, Thailand's tourism uptick, and Amadeus' new payments system.

How Hilton Defines Wellness Travel

Airline Weekly

Thai AirAsia Benefits From Rapid Recovery in Thailand Tourist Arrivals

Tourists are flocking back to Thailand since it dropped Covid restrictions. That's good news for the country's largest airline, Thai AirAsia.

Thai AirAsia Benefits From Rapid Recovery in Thailand Tourist Arrivals

News Blog

AirAsia India-Air India Merger by 2023 as AirAsia Sells Off India Stake to Tatas

Budget carrier AirAsia India is likely to be merged with Air India Express by the end of 2023. An operational review process is underway to integrate the two carriers, Air India said in a statement this week. The merger news follows Malaysia-based AirAsia Aviation Group's announcement on Wednesday that it has sold off its remaining…

Airline Weekly

Thai AirAsia Expands to Japan in Anticipation of Southeast Asia Tourism Rebound

Thai AirAsia is adding its first route to Japan as airlines race to resume Thailand-Japan flights. The Asian travel recovery may be upon us.

Thai AirAsia Expands to Japan in Anticipation of Southeast Asia Tourism Rebound

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

News Blog

AirAsia Superapp Topped 10 Million Monthly Active Users in the Second Quarter

As travel recovers in Southeast Asia, the AirAsia superapp saw the ranks of its monthly active users reach more than 10.6 million in the second quarter with an assortment of services, Capital A stated Monday in releasing the airline group's preliminary operating statistics. AirAsia Super App. AirAsia On the digital front, the AirAsia superapp saw…

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