FAA downgrade does not deter AirAsia’s American dream


AirAsia Group Bhd co-founder and group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes says the FAA ruling just means Malaysia cannot be the base country for the low-cost carrier to enter the US market. – EPA pic, November 15, 2019.

THE recent downgrading of Malaysia’s aviation regulator to a Category 2 rating by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will not discourage the AirAsia Group from expanding its operations to the United States.

AirAsia Group Bhd co-founder and group chief executive officer Tony Fernandes said the carrier, which has been named the world’s best low-cost airline year after year, has many ways to expand into the large market without Malaysia being the base country. 


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    Posted 3 months ago by Justin McGregor