AirAsia targets 100 million passengers in 2019


Market sources did not rule out a headline-grabbing finale. AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes has left Farnborough in suspense over whether he would fly in from Malaysia to confirm an order for Airbus A330neo planes or defect to the Boeing 787

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Group is out to monetise its digital businesses and broaden the group’s digital footprint this year but has no plan to open more new airlines over the next three years.

The airline wants to focus on growing its existing business especially in Indonesia and Philippines.

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