AirAsia Group has partnered with more than 20 airlines as it builds up its Super App into an online travel agency.
AirAsia Group Bhd 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. The airlines which joined airasia Super App as partners included Air Canada, Air France, Bamboo Airways, flydubai, KLM, Qatar Airways and Philippine Airlines.
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UK's PM sorry for partygate scandal amid calls to quit
LONDON — UK prime minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday (Jan 12) offered 'heartfelt apologies' for attending a lockdown-breaching party held in his Downing Street garden, but deflected calls to resign as the opposition leader called him a 'man without shame'.