Asia's leading airline was established with the dream of making flying possible for everyone. Since 2001, AirAsia has swiftly broken travel norms around the globe and has risen to become the world's best. With a route network that spans through to over 20 countries, AirAsia continues to pave the way for low-cost aviation through our innovative solutions, efficient processes and a passionate approach to business. Together with our associate companies, AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia, Philippines' AirAsia Inc and AirAsia Japan , AirAsia is set to take low-cost flying to an all new high with our belief, "Now Everyone Can Fly".
Type
Public
HQ
Sepang, MY
Founded
2001
Size (employees)
7,615 (est)
AirAsia was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Sepang, MY
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AirAsia Office Locations

AirAsia has an office in Sepang
Sepang, MY (HQ)
LCC Terminal, Jalan KLIA S3, Southern Support Zone, KLIA Sepang, Selangor Darul Ehsan
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AirAsia Financials and Metrics

AirAsia Financials

AirAsia's revenue was reported to be RM6.85 b in FY, 2016 which is a 8.7% increase from the previous period.
MYR

Revenue (FY, 2016)

6.8 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %

8.7%
MYRFY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

6.3 b6.8 b

Revenue growth, %

9%
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AirAsia Online and Social Media Presence

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AirAsia News and Updates

An airline is being accused of blasting air conditioning on passengers to make them leave the plane — and the video looks like a travel nightmare

On Wednesday, an AirAsia India flight from Kolkata to Bagdogra was delayed by four-and-a-half hours. After boarding, passengers continued to wait for an hour and a half inside the plane before the pilot reportedly instructed them to exit without giving an explanation. Passengers reportedly refuse…

Indian police source says still seeking to quiz AirAsia boss; airline denies summons

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's federal police will again ask AirAsia Group's chief to appear for questioning over allegations the airline broke rules to obtain a flying license in the country, a source said on Wednesday, after he failed to answer a previous request.

AirAsia says has not received notice to appear before Indian federal police

June 6 (Reuters) - AirAsia Group Bhd said the company and its chief executive had not received notice of a summons to appear before India's federal investigators over allegations that the airline broke rules to obtain a flying licence in the country.

India's federal police seek to question AirAsia chief Tony Fernandes - source

NEW DELHI, June 1 (Reuters) - India's federal investigators have summoned AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes to question him over allegations his airline broke rules while obtaining a flying licence in the country, a police source told Reuters on Friday.
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