PETALING JAYA: Mohamad Hafidz Mohd Fadzil will be helming airasia Super App, the region’s leading travel and mobility super app, as its CEO effective April 1.
He would take over the reins from the current CEO Amanda Woo who would be stepping down.
Mohamad Hafidz whose experience in building Capital A Bhd’s vast payment infrastructure would help drive future growth for its digital portfolio. This follows the recent leadership transition announcement at airasia Digital, which include the subsidiaries, airasia Super App and BigPay.
Colin Currie, who takes on dual roles as airasia Digital’s CEO and president, commercial of Capital A would lead the effort to forge a closer collaboration between airasia Super App and BigPay to create a better user experience in travel and payment for the users within the Capital A ecosystem.
In a statement, Currie thanked Woo for her dedication and contributions in bringing the airasia Super App to where it is today.
“Since 2012, she has contributed significantly to business growth across Asean and in the past two years, expanded the super app across Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines growing the monthly active users to 12 million by end of 2022 and elevating the online travel agent status of airasia Super App.“Woo leaves the CEO role with a very effective team, led by Mohamad Hafidz. We are confident that he brings a broad set of skills with a proven track record of driving strategic change and growth in fintech, product management and partnership engagements across the region.
“Mohamad Hafidz’s goal would be to transform airasia Super App from a predominantly AirAsia-based app to Asia-wide travel app competing with the likes of Traveloka and Grab. airasia Super App, like its brand, will focus on providing low-cost, value, travel options for the 700 million people in Asean and for people around the world,” he said.