August 26, 2021

Safety & Hygiene Levels Improved, AirAsia Ready To Continue Operating

 AirAsia Chief Executive Officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said that AirAsia Group is now ready to return to flying with improved safety and hygiene levels.

According to him, it will be lined up with frontline staff who have been fully vaccinated and will take the highest contactless safety and hygiene measures.

It was stated after there were expectations that the aviation sector is expected to resume air travel in the near future.

"We are ready to return to flying by requiring all operations and front line personnel such as pilots, cabin crew and airport staff to be fully vaccinated before returning to duty," Fernandes said.

He also added that with health and hygiene protocols as well as stricter standard operating procedures will ensure passengers are more secure when returning to fly with AirAsia.

The move has made it one of the first airlines in the world to receive the highest 7/7 recognition from aviation experts at

AirAsia also provides a variety of digital payment options and accepts electronic boarding passes at all airports.

In addition, it also integrates the check -in system through the airasia super app with the MySejahtera digital health application by the Malaysian government to make the self -check -in procedure easier and smoother.

AirAsia Group is seen as committed to ensuring the safety of staff and guests as their top priority.