AirAsia food delivery off to slow start in Singapore - CEO remains optimistic


AirAsia's food delivery platform was launched in Singapore in March with about 80 restaurants. - AIRASIA

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): AirAsia's food delivery service in Singapore is off to a slow start in the four months since it launched, with just about 100 orders daily.

AirAsia chief executive Tony Fernandes provided the update during a virtual media roundtable on Thursday (July 22).

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