AirAsia introduces Redbox Low-cost Courier

Starting with low-cost airline AirAsia, then low-cost hotel Tune Hotel, Tony Fernandes today revealed his latest brainchild, the world’s first low-cost courier, Redbox. Redbox will initially operate within Malaysia but will eventually expand into other AirAsia destinations in Australia, Britain, China, India and Southeast Asia. AirAsia is partnering with Mail Boxes Etc for collection points of packages, and DMSBT to enable internet service to track individual shipments. Transport firm DHL will...
July 10th, 2009 | Che | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: AirAsia, courier, News, Redbox, Tony Fernandes

AirAsia abolished administration fee from its already low fare

April 2009, AirAsia was voted “The World’s Best Low Cost Airline” by London-based Skytrax. Today, it gets even better. Tony Fernandes just announced the abolishment of administration fee from AirAsia’s already low fare, giving more saving to its customers. November last year, AirAsia removed fuel surcharges from its fare. Malaysian budget airline AirAsia on Wednesday abolished administrative fees on all its flights in a move to reduce fares and bolster sales amid the global...
June 24th, 2009 | Che | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: AirAsia, travel

Flight delayed: AirAsia crews held hostage at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta

I was smiling when I read this blog post by Unspun, not because I approve of what happened, but because of the determination of the Indonesian AirAsia passengers to show their frustrations over AirAsia’s delayed flight. Five AirAsia crew members were held hostage by angry Indonesian passengers at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airpoirt after their flight was delayed several times. The passengers could not take it anymore when they could not get definite answer when their flight will arrive....
April 6th, 2009 | Che | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: AirAsia, indonesia, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, travel

AirAsia Pick A Seat: Now everyone can choose a seat

... reported to have internal squable to choose the candidate for the Bukit Gantang Parlimentary and Bukit Selambau state assembly seat by-elections, AirAsia passengers now can choose where they want to be seated when they make the booking. There are ‘hot seats’ and there are standard seats as defined by AirAsia. The ‘hot seats’ do not come cheap though and will surely make your wallet burning hot. At RM25 per seat for hot seats, the passenger can choose any seat in the first...
February 13th, 2009 | Che | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: AirAsia, travel

LCCT Labu: Ada udang di sebalik mee

... is something not right, and/or fishy (often ulterior motives) behind something. By now, a lot had been said about this latest joint venture between AirAsia and Sime Darby to a build another LCCT terminal (in Labu, known as KLIA@East) no one really needs. The airport is surely more for Sime Darby than for Malaysians. It looks like the government is compelled to give something to Sime Darby and this appears like it must be done ASAP…. an I-owe-you or a parting gift from some one before March...
January 13th, 2009 | Che | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: AirAsia, government, LCCT, Sime Darby, travel

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