Malaysia : AirAsia in top 5 Asia-Pac airline brands

AirAsia has emerged in the Top 5 among airlines in the Asia-Pacific region in a recent survey conducted by leading market insight company TNS. The ‘Top 10 Asia-Pacific Airlines’ category forms part of the Asia Pacific Top 1,000 Brands 2008 survey. The airline has recently updated its entire Malaysian fleet with the more modern and […]


AirAsia Tony Fernandas


AirAsia has emerged in the Top 5 among airlines in the Asia-Pacific region in a recent survey conducted by leading market insight company TNS. The ‘Top 10 Asia-Pacific Airlines’ category forms part of the Asia Pacific Top 1,000 Brands 2008 survey.

The airline has recently updated its entire Malaysian fleet with the more modern and fuel efficient Airbus A320, making it the youngest, all brand new fleet in Asia.

AirAsia Group CEO, Tony Fernandes said: “To be the only low-cost carrier featured in the ‘Top 10 Asia-Pacific Airlines’ category is a great achievement for AirAsia and recognises our pioneering efforts to revolutionalise air travel across Asia. AirAsia’s low-cost model, with its ultra low fares and modern fleet of comfortable and spacious aircraft, is an attractive customer proposition which is strong enough to compete with premium airlines such as Singapore Airlines andCathay Pacific.”