The AirAsia Group showed strong load factors, as the group rapidly increased its fleet size and capacity. The LCC group—including the core Malaysian operation and affiliates in Indonesia and the Philippines—carried 10.9 million passengers in the second quarter, up 13% year-over-year (YOY), with the flagship Air Asia Malaysia carrying 7.9 million passengers. The group, which has not yet released second-quarter financial results, said its total fleet grew by 18 aircraft, with 11 ...

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