Air Asia has done Malaysia proud by becoming a well-known and successful airline in the world, especially in the Asia Pacific region. The company even forges a close commercial relationship with Manchester United Football Club and also advertises on the shirts of Barclay Premier League referees.
However, as a budget airline, the quality and safety of its services should never be compromised. Aircrafts should be sent for periodic check-up based on stringent international aviation guidelines. The recruitment process of its flight personnels should follow tight control procedures.
As a loyal Air Asia passenger, I hope that Air Asia as a company can fly higher year after year, under the contemporaty guidance of Tony.
God bless Malaysia, God bless Air Asia.