An AirAsia Japan aircraft taking off from Narita airport in Japan on August 1, 2012. Photo: AFP/ Jiji Press

AirAsia keen on new airline base in Macau, the first overseas carrier to express interest in disrupting Air Macau’s monopoly

  • AirAsia, which has been flying to Macau since 2004, says it may also set up its own service to provide passenger check-in, boarding and baggage handling
  • The low-cost carrier is also poised to sell tickets for ferries, trains and other modes of transport along with its flight tickets to take advantage of closer links in the Greater Bay Area
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An AirAsia Japan aircraft taking off from Narita airport in Japan on August 1, 2012. Photo: AFP/ Jiji Press
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