Tag - airasia



Dec 29, 2014
Airbus sends experts to help in probe over vanished AirAsia A320
Airbus NV has dispatched two experts to Jakarta to assist in the investigation of the missing A320 airliner operated by AirAsia Bhd., the budget carrier that rose from almost nothing in 2001 to become the plane maker's biggest customer.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 1, 2014
Malaysia low-cost carrier AirAsia to re-enter market via Rakuten tie-up
Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd said Tuesday it will establish a new company in Tokyo to re-enter the Japanese market from which it withdrew last year.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 26, 2014
Rakuten to enter budget airline business with AirAsia
Online retailer Rakuten Inc. is planning to enter the airline business in partnership with Malaysian discount carrier AirAsia, sources said Thursday.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jan 20, 2014
AirAsia looks to bring back budget flights to Japan in '15 via new tie-up
AirAsia Bhd., Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, is close to restarting plans for a Japanese unit after its partnership with ANA Holdings Inc. unraveled in June, Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes said.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 28, 2013
AirAsia inn woos foreigners to Naha
A budget hotel chain affiliated with Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia is seeking to draw Southeast Asian tourists to Japan after opening its first hotel in the country in August.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 26, 2013
AirAsia pulling out of budget airline venture with ANA
Malaysia's AirAsia confirmed Tuesday it is ending its low-cost airline joint venture with All Nippon Airways.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 10, 2013
ANA may end tieup in bid to turn LCC AirAsia Japan unit around
ANA Holdings Inc. says it is considering dissolving its tieup with AirAsia as it aims to improve sales of the domestic-based low-cost carrier AirAsia Japan.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 7, 2013
AirAsia to up overseas flights to offset weaker yen
AirAsia Japan Co., one of the three Japanese low-cost carriers that started last year, is adding more overseas flights to increase foreign currency revenue to offset a rise in fuel and lease costs caused by a weaker yen.


Traditional folk rituals like Mizudome-no-mai (dance to stop the rain) provide a sense of agency to a population that feels largely powerless in the face of the climate crisis.
As climate extremes intensify, Japan embraces ancient weather rituals