October 12, 2019 at 09:15 pm
Manila Standard Business
AirAsia Philippines vice chairman Sheila Romero expressed her elation over the launch of the airline’s newest office at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in line with its goal to provide better quality services to passengers.
Romero, in a statement, noted that guests of AirAsia’s office—called RedPoint—described the area as bold, fun, refreshing, millennial and vibrant and stood in awe at the elegance and efficiency of the office.
Located at the mezzanine floor between the arrival and departure areas of Terminal 3, the place is where the Allstars—the collective name for crew and other personnel of the Philippines AirAsia—will hub.
The Philippine headquarters of AirAsia –the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline by Skytrax for the 11th consecutive year—is designed to foster open communication, creativity and innovation as the company embarks on a transformation journey to become more than just an airline.
“Amidst the vibrance and the great energy that we feel today here at our new office, the Redpoint headquarters, it is with great pleasure that I share with you these positive developments. Today, Air Asia Philippines celebrates 2019 as its banner year,” said Romero.
“Through our competitive advantage over other low-cost carriers and our clear focus on sustainable growth, we have consistently grown our revenues by 39 percent at year-end compared to 2018,” she said.