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The Best Low-Cost Airline in Asia

Posted on: 16/02/2013

The Best Low-Cost Airline in Asia


The Malaysian-based low-cost airline and Asia’s largest low-fare, AIRASIA was named as the Best Low-Cost Airline in Asia at the Skytrax 2012 World Airline Awards held at Farnborough Air Show. 19 million travelers polled worldwide and voted AirAsia as Asia’s and the world Best Low Cost Airline

The Skytrax World Airline Survey is an annual global survey conducted by respected London-based aviation consultants Skytrax, almost 19 million travelers polled worldwide chose AirAsia as the World’s Best Low Cost Airline for the fourth consecutive year. AirAsia came out tops in the independent survey that measures airlines’ product and service standards once again.

AirAsia was established in 1993 and began operations on 18 November 1996. AirAsia is a household name which has flown over 150 million guests since it was established ten years ago with a mission to democratize air travel in the region and has been operationally profitable from day one of its launch as a low-cost carrier. The airline also has affiliates in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Japan, apart from Malaysia servicing 80 destinations across 20 countries.

All six of AirAsia’s airlines – Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines Japan and AirAsia X operate one of the youngest fleet of Airbus A320 and A330 in the world, with an average age of only 3 years groupwide. Apart from a modern fleet, AirAsia’s consumer-friendly products and services complemented with everyday low fares, extensive route network and great flight frequencies, convenient booking and payment channels and value added add-ons such as meals, seat allocations and baggage allowances make this fourth time World’s Best Low-Cost Airline award a motivation for AirAsia to keep this title in the years to come. Now everyone can fly.



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