AirAsia’s regional passenger volume takes off again


consolidated aircraft operating certificate recorded 1.91 million passengers from July to September, representing a load factor of 66% compared with 204,082 passengers for the second quarter from April to June, which was a load factor of 59%.

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Group Bhd maintained its recovery momentum into the third quarter of 2020 with almost a 10-fold increase quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q) in its passenger volume for Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Its consolidated aircraft operating certificate recorded 1.91 million passengers from July to September, representing a load factor of 66% compared with 204,082 passengers for the second quarter from April to June, which was a load factor of 59%.

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