Malaysia Airlines has opened registration for various aircraft engineering training courses to school leavers. Registration closes in mid July 2021.
An AirAsia X restructure in the works aims to see a leaner but viable long haul carrier back in action as soon as borders reopen.
AirAsia's first Airbus A321neo has gone into service on some of the airline's busiest routes.
AirAsia's 'Save our Malayan Tiger' livery has taken to the skies to spread regional awareness of the rapid disappearance of this Malaysian icon.
Passengers can now get faster inflight wifi on enabled A320 AirAsia flights. To be rolled out fleet-wide by end 2020.
AirAsia X's first first long-haul A330neo will be homed in Bangkok and used on their long-haul routes from there.
AirAsia has unveiled its new Airbus A330neo at the 2019 Paris Air Show; the AirAsia X long-haul workhorse will be based in Bangkok from July 2019.