AirAsia addressing PN17 status, says Fernandes

AirAsia is in the midst of formulating a plan to regularise its financial condition in order to address its PN17 status.

Aviation, Airasia Group Bhd (Aagb)

15/1/2022 6:51:00 AM

AirAsia is in the midst of formulating a plan to regularise its financial condition in order to address its PN17 status.

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Group Bhd (AAGB) is in the midst of formulating a plan to regularise its financial condition in order to address its Practice Note 17 (PN17) status and relevant announcements will be made in due course.

(AAGB) is in the midst of formulating a plan to regularise its financial condition in order to address its Practice Note 17 (PN17) status and relevant announcements will be made in due course.Group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said AirAsia’s robust and diverse company portfolios will allow it to fast track the regularisation of its financial position and has affirmed the strong viability of its business moving forward.

“Importantly, we are not just an airline anymore (that is) solely reliant on airfares. We are an investment company with a portfolio of synergistic travel and lifestyle businesses, all of which are on track to become industry leaders in their respective fields in Asean,” he said in a statement yesterday.

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