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AirAsia has opened a restaurant serving actual airplane food – charging just RM15 for a meal with drink

Tony Fernandes believes he can one day open his AirAsia restaurant in New York's Times Square.

AirAsia and AirAsia X have been named best low-cost airline in Asia again

AirAsia offers "outstanding value and a great experience", AirlineRatings.com said. 

Xing Fu Tang Malaysia and Taiwan are fighting online – and it’s allegedly over heart-shaped boba machines worth RM4.5 million

The Xing Fu Tang dispute has gotten so ugly, some outlets in Malaysia were even vandalised by unknown perpetrators.

AirAsia says queues at ‘flawed’ klia2 can last for more than one hour – and the situation is ‘worsening’

Long queues that span over an hour are now a daily occurrence, AirAsia said.

First-ever Malaysian to score deal on Shark Tank grew up poor, nearly died, and then built a US$7.5 million company

She was given a 50:50 chance of survival after being diagnosed with toxic shock syndrome.

‘Like saying a budget hotel should charge the same as a 5-star hotel’: Tony Fernandes lashes out after AirAsia ordered to pay RM40m in air...

Fernandes said AirAsia "will continue to fight the battle on behalf of all Malaysians and travellers to Malaysia".

London Biscuits’ CFO and director both resigned just 2 weeks after joining the Malaysian company – and they’re not the only ones lea...

After defaulting on a RM9.83 million payment, the company said that its board "is of the opinion that the company may not be solvent".

Japan’s Zensho has agreed to pay US$53 million for Malaysia’s The Chicken Rice Shop, source says

Zensho said it plans to create synergies with TCRS’ roughly 100 locations and open new restaurants.

Malaysia’s Proton to get $455 million financing from China Construction Bank

The loans are earmarked for Proton's growth plans to be the number one automotive brand in Malaysia and number three in ASEAN by 2027.

Malaysia Airlines is still well-loved by Malaysians – but not quite by Singaporeans and Hong Kongers

Customers of Malaysia Airlines are most likely married men aged 30 to 44, who earn more than RM10,000 a month.