AirAsia said it will buy an additional 20 A320s, raising its previously announced commitment to 100. The latest aircraft are earmarked to handle expansion of Thai AirAsia to China. According to AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes, the airline has secured regulatory approval from China's regulatory authorities to serve five destinations, including Chengdu, Kunming and Xiamen from Bangkok from May. Fernandes told media in Kuala Lumpor that AirAsia also is looking at flying from Kota Kinabalu to ...

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