AirAsia is a low-cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur International Airport

AirAsia is a low-cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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1 Data Code
2 History
3 Incidents
4 Fleet
5 See also
6 External links
7 References

Data Code

IATA Code: AK
ICAO code: AXM
Callsign: ASIAN EXPRESS
Callsign (Indonesia Air Asia): QZ
Callsign (Thai Air Asia): FD
Callsign (Air Asia X): D7

History

AirAsia was originally owned by DRB-HICOM owned by the Government of Malaysia, but the airline has a heavy burden and eventually purchased by former Time Warner executive, Tony Fernandes, the symbolic price of 1 Euro on December 2, 2001. Tony did a turnaround and successful AirAsia posted a profit in 2002 with a variety of new routes and promotional prices as low as RM 10 to compete with Malaysia Airlines.

In 2003, opened a second base at Senai Airport, Johor Bahru near Singapore and AirAsia international flights to Thailand. Since then, opened Thai AirAsia and perform the various additions to routes such as Singapore and Indonesia. Flights to Macau started in June 2004 while flying to Manila and Xiamen began in April 2005. Another route is to be opened to Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Laos.

Besides Thai AirAsia, in Indonesia there are also companies that AirAsia Indonesia AirAsia (previously named AW AIR) which flew from Jakarta to Yogyakarta, Denpasar for local purposes, and from Surabaya to Medan for other domestic routes, besides the flight carried out through the cities of Indonesia such as Medan, Padang, Pekanbaru, Palembang, Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Solo, Balikpapan and Makassar

On Thursday (17/11/2011) AirAsia terminal at Soekarno Hatta, Indonesia officially moved from terminal 2 to terminal 3, where melanyani domestic and international flights. Now, AirAsia Indonesia serves 26 routes with 52 flights that connect through five hub airports (connecting), ie Cengkareng, Jakarta, Denpasar, Surabaya, and Medan. [1] [2]
Incident

January 10, 2011 – AirAsia Flight AK 5218 skidded off the runway Kuching International Airport. 4 people suffered minor injuries and eventually taken to the Sarawak General Hospital for treatment.

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