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Malaysia’s AirAsia says over 20 new airlines join Super App

KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) – AirAsia Group has partnered with more than 20 airlines as it builds up its Super App into an online travel agency that also sells flights by competitors, the Malaysian budget airline said on Thursday (Oct 28).

The airlines which joined airasia Super App as partners included Air Canada, Air France, Bamboo Airways, flydubai, KLM, Qatar Airways and Philippine Airlines.

AirAsia said the app has more than 700 airline partners and can reach over 3,000 destinations. It partnered Kiwi.com in 2019, a travel tech firm that allows users to build itineraries to combine flights and ground transportation from more than 800 carriers.

The new partnerships come as international travel gradually reopens after more than a year of slump due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“We see a strong V-shape recovery in the coming months,” airasia Super App chief executive officer Amanda Woo said at a briefing.

Woo said the app aims to capture a 30 per cent market share and become the top…

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