Baggage handlers from AirAsia are lighting up social media with photos of themselves hugging and kissing passengers’ bags and luggage while beaming with smiles.
The Malaysian airline has initiated a campaign where the handlers show how much they care about passengers’ luggage in an effort to turn a recent social media blunder around.
Passengers of AirAsia flight QZ535 claimed the crew was screaming as the plane plummeted to 20,000 feet on Sunday due to pressurization issues in the cabin.
AirAsia QZ535 — an Airbus A320 — left Perth, Australia at 11:15 a.m. for Bali, Indonesia. An hour into the flight, the plane reportedly lost pressure in the cabin and dropped from around 34,000 feet to 20,000 feet in a matter of minutes, CNN reported.
A popular Indonesian actress has been tapped by Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia to be among its independent commissioners for AirAsia Indonesia.
An Indian man caused quite a commotion inside a packed AirAsia flight on Monday after he attempted to open the plane’s emergency exit door while in midair.
Crew members and some fellow passengers reportedly sustained minor injuries after they rushed to restrain 32-year-old Aftab Ahmed as the plane was preparing to make its descent at Birsa Munda Airport.
An AirAsia flight attendant received praises from CEO Tony Fernandes’ for the most unlikely reason.
In a stressful and demanding work environment, it’s important to loosen up once in a while. So, when Air Asia employee Assraf Nasir needed some de-stressing, he chose to chill out the Britney Spears way.