AirAsia - General Info

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Low cost airliner which flies to 100 destinations in 22 countries based on Kuala Lampur International Airport founded by government own organization named DRB-Hicom in 1993.

After holding toxic debt of 11 million USD in other words 40 million Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) Air Asia bought by former executive of Time Warner Tony Fernandes in 2001. By challenging Malaysia's biggest airliner, Malaysian airline and asia's largest airlines Air Asia announced it's profit  in 2002. Through the Senai International Airport Air Asia launched very first flight to international flight to Bangkok, Thailand.

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- AirAsia Indonesia [Airline code: QZ]
Established on 8th of December 2004 as a venture between AirAsia International Ltd and PT. Awair International by making hubs as Jakarta, Bandung, Bali, Surabaya and Medan.
- Thai AirAsia [Airline code: FD]
Established in 2003 as a join venture between Asia Aviation and AirAsia Investment by making hubs as Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai. Thai AirAsia got listed on Stock Exchange of Thailand in May 2012.  
- Philippines AirAsia [Airline code: Z2]
Wholly owned subsidiary of AirAsia Inc, which is a joint venture company between Philippines investors, Antonio O. Cojuango, former Ambassdor Alfredo M. Yao, Michael L. Romero, Marianne B. Hontiveros and AirAsia Berhad. Only carrier that service the most number of flights from People Republic of China and South Korea to Kalibo International Airport.
- AirAsia India [Airline code: I5]
 Established in 2013 as a join venture between Tata Sons Limited, Telestra Tradeplace Pvt Ltd & AirAsia. AirAsia is the very first airline who made a establishment in India with the pioneers in aviation industry as a foreign organization. Major goal is to provide aviation facility to travellers who use trains to travel from North India to South India. Flights operate from Bangalore to Chennai, Kochi and Goa, Jaipur and Chandigarh.
- AirAsia X [Airline code: D7]
Established in 2007 and it's the long-haul, low cost affliate carrier of the AirAsia Group and currently flies to destinations in the Asia Pacific region. Operates from Kuala Lumpur hub.
- Thai AirAsia [Airline code: XJ]
Established in 2014 as an extension of Asia's leading low cost carrier, AirAsia seeks to deliver everyday low fares to travellers seeking to travel to destinations greater than four hour flight times from Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport.
- Indonesia AirAsia X [Airline code: XT]
Indonesia's first long-haul, low cost carrier and an affiliate of AirAsia group. Currently fly directly from Denpasar, Bali to Taipei, Taiwan and Melbourne, Australia.