AirAsia Sees Stronger Domestic Outlook, International Return
AirAsia reports promising signs in some of its key domestic markets despite posting massive losses for 2020, attributable to the coronavirus pandemic. The carrier posted a RM5.9 billion ($1.4 billion) net loss for the full year through Dec. 31 and a RM2.7 billion net loss for the 2020 fourth quarter...
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