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AirAsia named Best Low-Cost Airline for 10 consecutive years by Business Traveller Asia Pacific

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AirAsia has once again won the Best Low Cost Airline award in the 2021 Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards, for the 10th year running.

The award follows a number of recent accolades for AirAsia including winning the Business Innovation Award at the 2021 World Airline Awards from the aviation experts at Flightglobal , Skytrax World’s Best Low-Cost Airline 2021 award for the 12th year in a row and Asia’s Leading Low-Cost Airline 2021 & Asia’s Leading Low-Cost Airline Cabin Crew 2021 at World Travel Awards earlier this month.

The Business Traveller Asia Pacific Awards recognise the best in the travel and hospitality industry, as voted by the 30,000-plus frequent travelers and readers of Business Traveller Asia-Pacific magazine.

The 2021 Awards reflect a broader range of experiences than before as travellers were asked to reflect on the last 24 months, taking into account their experiences before and during the various stages of the COVID-19 crisis. Including COVID preventative measures, and safety and flexibility procedures implemented, with the results independently compiled by market research company Business Intelligence.

Group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Limited Bo Lingam said, “We are so thankful that the region’s most frequent and discerning travelers once again recognise AirAsia as the Best Low Cost Carrier. The direct feedback from passengers is a strong affirmation of our commitment to always providing the very best value and delivery excellence.

“It is also encouraging to know that all the innovations we have put in place over recent times to make flying more contactless, hygienic and seamless have also been acknowledged in these awards. “

“As our domestic services continue to take flight in all of our key markets, we look forward to the reopening of international borders, when we will return stronger and even better than before with more choice for consumers as a one stop travel and lifestyle super app.”

The Business Traveller Asia-Pacific magazine, launched in 1982, recognises airlines, airports, hotels and travel destinations that have been voted by its readers for their outstanding service and hospitality.

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