AirAsia’s ambitious plans for MRO growth after the pandemic

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In addition to maintaining AirAsia’s fleet, Asia Digital Engineering provides baseline control services for three third-party customers.

Credit: Asia Digital Engineering

How has AirAsia performed over the past 15-18 months and what shape is the business in now? Before COVID-19, we were the 11th largest airline in the world in terms of fleet size and the largest in the Asia-Pacific region. The probability of surviving compared to others was good, but no one would have expected …

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