AirAsia: a travel tech company
We connect people and places through 293 routes across Asia and the Pacific with operations and offices in Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, India and Japan. Our people, whom we call Allstars, come from more than 60 nationalities.
TALKIN' ABOUT A REVOLUTION
In 2001, we sparked a travel revolution in Asia – more...with our no-frills, hassle-free, low-fare offerings and personalised services for our guests. Since then, more than half a billion people have flown with us. We fly to 130 destinations in China, India, Japan, South-East Asia, Australia and the United States. We operate 1,300 flights a day through a fleet of 240 aircraft.
Our operations are lean, simple and efficient without compromising safety. We innovated the use in Asia of a single aircraft type; high aircraft utilisation; no-frills; and a point-to-point network. As a result, we've managed to operate at the lowest cost of any airline in the world.
Innovative use of technology has played a big role in our success. Our digital strategy is to reduce costs further, drive revenue higher and make AirAsia a truly fun place to work. Our vision is of frictionless travel by capitalising on data and technology, our expansive network and, importantly, our people. We call this AirAsia 3.0.
We are always grateful for the love and support of our guests and Allstars as we aim to be the preferred airline of Asia and beyond and employer of choice. And in 2019, we were delighted to win Skytrax's best low-cost airline award for an unprecedented 11th year in a row. Thank you to all.
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What are people saying about the leadership at AirAsia?
of employees approve of Tony Fernandes’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 165 ratings
Challenging and fun
Written by OJT Trainee (Former Employee) from Puerto Princesa on July 19, 2018
We help guest service to check in passengers. We also help passengers to check in themselves through Air Asia's kiosk. At the boarding gate we check passengers boarding pass if they are in the right flight. The management is good because they follow the rules and regulations. In terms of work culture they are fun to be with because they are very hospitable - more...