AirAsia looks to collaborate with Indonesian ride-hailing, logistics companies

A member of ground staff walks under the wing of an AirAsia plane at Kota Kinabalu airport, Malaysia, November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris/Files

Malaysian budget airline AirAsia, which has been hit hard by the COVID-induced travel slump, said its digital arm airasia Super App plans to collaborate with Indonesian ride-hailing and logistics companies in 2022. The move is part of its Southeast Asia expansion strategy.

“For Indonesia, we have a strong launch pipeline…we are currently in discussions with a few key players in the market on collaboration. We will potentially look into ride-hailing, and we are looking into express [delivery] which is door-to-door parcel deliveries,” said Amanda Woo, CEO, airasia Super App at a press conference on Thursday.

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