AirAsia clinches ‘Best Low-Cost Airline’ award for third consecutive year from Business Traveller Asia Pacific
AirAsia continues its winning streak by clinching the ‘Best Low-Cost Airline’ award by Business Traveller Asia-Pacific for the third consecutive year, at the annual Travel Awards ceremony held in Hong Kong last week.
The ‘Best Low-Cost Airline’ category was created in 2012 and AirAsia was the first low-cost airline to be awarded this title. The airline has continued to dominate by being awarded in the same category in 2013 as well as this year; reinforcing AirAsia’s growing force as the region’s best low-cost airline.
AirAsia Group CEO, Tony Fernandes said, “We are honoured to receive this award for the third year running. We would like to thank all our guests and Business Traveller readers for the support and belief in AirAsia. We will continue to do our best to provide the best possible service & value for our guests, as well as enhance our connectivity & network.”
“This year we introduced a brand new product; Premium Flex, which is designed to cater to the needs of discerning business travellers, turning arduous business travels into a pleasant experience by providing further convenience and comfort options. We are highly motivated to maintain our leadership position as the world’s best low cost airline and will continue to work hard, and continuously innovate to provide affordable and seamless travel experience for all types of travellers.”
The Travel Awards ceremony is a premier annual event for over 20 years and a much awaited event by top players in the travel and hospitality industry, to etch their names in the industry’s roll of honour.
Winners are chosen through votes by Business Traveller readers, consisting of affluent business travelers from around the globe who recognize excellence for experiences of their travels during the previous year.
Since its first issue in April 1982, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific has provided a valuable resource for frequent travellers and served as a dynamic platform for their concerns.