Star Exclusive - AAX: The last stand

AirAsia X

A MASTER reset at the loss-making and debt-laden AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) has been a long time coming.

It could have dragged its financial woes on and on but the Covid-19 pandemic, which has thrashed the aviation industry globally, may very well have forced the hand of low-cost, long-haul associate of AirAsia Group Bhd. It could still be a blessing in disguise, depending on how the restructuring plan for its RM63.5bil debt turns out.

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