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An AirAsia Airbus A320-216 lands at Hong Kong International Airport in August 2018.

An airline opened a restaurant selling plane food because it says people love its in-flight meals so much they want to eat them even when they’r...

The restaurant, called Santan, serves Malaysian meals you can get on AirAsia flights as well as dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, and Cambodia.

AirAsia has opened a restaurant serving actual airplane food – charging just RM12 for a meal with drink

Tony Fernandes believes he can one day open his AirAsia restaurant in New York's Times Square.

AirAsia and AirAsia X have been named best low-cost airline in Asia again

AirAsia offers "outstanding value and a great experience", AirlineRatings.com said. 

SIA just lost another ‘world’s best airline’ title – this time to Air New Zealand, with its excellent passenger reviews

While SIA scored highly, the kiwi airline's excellent passenger feedback helped it claim the title of airline of the year. 

AirAsia says queues at ‘flawed’ klia2 can last for more than one hour – and the situation is ‘worsening’

Long queues that span over an hour are now a daily occurrence, AirAsia said.

Tony Fernandes has started succession planning – and is retiring from all board positions, except AirAsia and AirAsia X

He said his board positions would go to “young amazing leaders” and help move “the next generation of AirAsia leaders to the forefront”.

A reluctant AirAsia says it will collect full airport tax from Aug 9 ‘under strong protest’

"We will collect the full RM73 PSC but we do so under strong protest."

‘Like saying a budget hotel should charge the same as a 5-star hotel’: Tony Fernandes lashes out after AirAsia ordered to pay RM40m in air...

Fernandes said AirAsia "will continue to fight the battle on behalf of all Malaysians and travellers to Malaysia".

AirAsia is selling a red burger created by New York star chef Hong Thaimee to raise money for AIDS prevention

AirAsia's newest food item was created by model-turned-celebrity chef Hong Thaimee.