By: AirTravellerPH Staff // Photos credits: Daniel Tan / Kelly Austria Facebook
Philippines AirAsia's (PAA) main headquarters known as "The Red Point" recently moved from the Salem Complex to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. Upon seeing some pictures from its staff posted on social media, we got the impression that it seemed so chic. Today, full pictures of PAA's new main office were posted on Kelly Austria's Facebook Page and wow, we were stunned!
Philippine-based carriers are set to receive around 84 more aircraft in the coming years as of this writing. This is both good news and bad news. Good news is that the Philippine commercial aviation industry is indeed growing. This means more tourism, more jobs, more investment, and more taxes. Bad news is, the government is currently pressured to really come up with a new airport that will serve Metro Manila.
With a pending order of 100 Airbus A330-900NEOs, it is obvious that AirAsia is indeed on expansion mode, and we are not discounting the fact that its subsidiary Philippines Air Asia is on the receiving end of this expansion. Today (August 14, 2019), we got unconfirmed news that AirAsia's long haul low cost subsidiary is also coming to the Philippines, so we ask, how possible is this?