The battle for business between Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and budget carrier AirAsia is getting fiercer on the Vietnam route. “As an airline, we have transformed and we are fighting for our rights, as are AirAsia and AirAsia X,” Azmil Zahruddin, MAS managing director and CEO, told a local daily. AirAsia has purchased a 30% stake in VietJet Aviation and plans to launch a new low-cost carrier in Vietnam that will fly both local and international routes in August. MAS, in anticipation, ...
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