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KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd said its 33% owned associate firm AirAsia Japan Co Ltd (AAJ) has filed for bankruptcy proceedings on Nov 17.KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd said its 33% owned associate firm AirAsia Japan Co Ltd (AAJ) has filed for bankruptcy proceedings on Nov 17.

AirAsia Japan files for bankruptcy due to travel slump | The Star

AirAsia Japan Co has filed for bankruptcy with the Tokyo District Court after flagging last month it would cease operations in the country, as the coronavirus pandemic that’s wiped out travel globally took its toll.AirAsia Japan Co has filed for bankruptcy with the Tokyo District Court after flagging last month it would cease operations in the country, as the coronavirus pandemic that’s wiped out travel globally took its toll.

AirAsia Japan files for bankruptcy in latest Covid casualty

AirAsia Japan has filed for bankruptcy, more than a month since it ceased all operations.AirAsia Japan has filed for bankruptcy, more than a month since it ceased all operations.

Shuttered AirAsia Japan files for bankruptcy | News | Flight Global

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on ...KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on ...

Malaysia's AirAsia Group reviewing India investment, hints at possible exit - CNA

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The airline, which started operations in 2014, has never reported an annual net profit despite being very conservative with its growth plans.The airline, which started operations in 2014, has never reported an annual net profit despite being very conservative with its growth plans.

AirAsia Berhad reviewing Indian joint venture with Tata Sons

Malaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group Berhad has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on Tuesday it was reviewing its investment in a joint venture airline there. The group said in a statement that its operations in India, like those of its now-shuttered Japan business, have been draining cash and adding to the group's financialMalaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group Berhad has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on Tuesday it was reviewing its investment in a joint venture

Malaysia's AirAsia Group reviewing India investment, hints at possible exit | Deccan Herald

Malaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group Bhd has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on Tuesday it was reviewing its investment in a joint venture airline there. Malaysia's flagship budget carrier AirAsia Group Bhd has given its strongest indication to date that it could exit India, saying on Tuesday it was reviewing its investment in a joint venture airline there.

AirAsia Group reviewing India investment, hints at possible exit | ABS-CBN News