Malaysia-based AirAsia is planning to launch a new premium airline to compete with Qantas' (QF) boutique full-service airline, dubbed RedQ.
AirAsia A320. By Rob Finlayson Malaysia-based AirAsia is planning to launch a new premium airline to compete with Qantas' (QF) boutique full-service airline, dubbed RedQ. According to the Malaysian Sun, the airline will be called Caterham Jet, after the UK Caterham Cars. It has reportedly secured Bombardier CRJ aircraft, to be fitted in a business-only configuration, that typically operate from airports closer to city centers. The name comes from the recent purchase by ...
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