Air Asia: No-frills, all business

Natashya Gutierrez

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Air Asia, a Malaysian-based budget airline, is planning to open Air Asia Philippines to offer Filipino passengers another option for cheaper flights. The airline will fly out of low-budget Disodado Macapagal airport in Clark, and hopes to give more Filipinos a chance to explore domestic and international destinations.

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Natashya Gutierrez

Natashya is President of Rappler. Among the pioneers of Rappler, she is an award-winning multimedia journalist and was also former editor-in-chief of Vice News Asia-Pacific. Gutierrez was named one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders for 2023.