AirAsia will continue to channel new aircraft deliveries to grow its overseas joint-venture affiliates in the fourth quarter, despite a mixed financial performance by these airlines. Of the 12 new Airbus A320s that the AirAsia group is due to receive in the fourth quarter, four will go to its Thai joint venture and eight to the Malaysian parent carrier. Also in that period, five of the A320s from the existing Malaysian fleet will be redeployed to AirAsia’s Philippine operation. And of ...
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