AirAsia aims to become biggest food delivery, ride-hailing firm in Asia | The Malaysian Insight

AirAsia aims to become biggest food delivery, ride-hailing firm in Asia

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16/1/2022 2:35:00 PM

AirAsia aims to become biggest food delivery, ride-hailing firm in Asia

This comes after successful acquisition of local online platform Delivereat.

Copy URLAirAsia has signed an agreement to acquire a 100% equity interest for RM40 million in Delivereat to strengthen its delivery service in Malaysia. – EPA pic, January 16, 2022.AIRASIA Group aims to become the biggest food delivery and ride-hailing company in Asia, following its successful acquisition of local online food delivery platform Delivereat.

CEO Tony Fernandes said he is confident that the Food and Super apps can become one of the biggest food delivery and ride-hailing companies and online travel agency in Asia.

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