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Nestle Malaysia to partner local restaurants for meat-free menu


Nestle Malaysia to partner local restaurants for meat-free menu
The Edge
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KUALA LUMPUR (April 7): Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd (Nestle Malaysia) plans to partner local restaurants and hotels to launch the food and beverage manufacturer's meat-free menu that will cater to a wider customer base.
Nestle Malaysia business executive officer Yit Woon Lai said the response from restaurant chains has been encouraging.
"We will also integrate this (meat-free menu) into delivery platforms like Airasia Food and Foodpanda," she said here today at the launch of Nestle Malaysia's plant-based facility.
According to Nestle Malaysia, the plant-based facility here is Nestle Malaysia's first such entity within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region.

Airlines have little choice but to not be airlines for a few years » Borneo Bulletin Online

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April 5, 2021
Faizal Yahya
SINGAPORE (CNA) – We will fly again. It just might happen much later for most of us, in 2024 and beyond.
Despite the roll out of vaccines and the opening of economies, the patchy global coverage in vaccinations and the spike in infection rates of COVID-19 in various countries indicate it will be some time before air passenger travel returns to 2019 levels.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecast that in an optimistic scenario the air travel market would reach 38 per cent of 2019 levels in 2021 and airlines would spend USD75 billion over the year to maintain operations.
In a pessimistic scenario, the air travel market would only amount to 33 per cent of 2019 levels and airlines would spend USD95 billion.   To complicate matters, the recovery will vary across regions. An Aviation Forecast Report by the global consulting service company ICF found that 60 per cent of their respondents polled in Asia thought the region will see full recovery in less than 12 months.

As AirAsia makes foray into food delivery in Singapore, high fees, lack of riders remain F&B owners' biggest bugbears | Singapore

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Monday, 22 Mar 2021 11:10 AM MYT
AirAsia Group launched its food delivery service in Singapore earlier in March 2021. — TODAY pic
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SINGAPORE, March 22 — Fiona Lim charges S$4.50 (RM13.80) for a medium bowl of
bak chor mee (minced meat noodles) at a food centre in Bukit Merah.
About a quarter of her business comes from selling them on food delivery platforms, but she nets little profit from online sales after deducting the delivery firms’ commission.
“We hawkers tend to be at a disadvantage because we don’t take as much profit. Our food costs are actually very high,” said the 31-year-old who runs Chun Seng Noodle House with her husband.

The real cost of food delivery in Singapore

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+$9.59
We know that food delivery costs more than takeout or dining in, but how much more are we talking about? 
In this pseudo-scientific field test, I decided to see how much it would cost if I made three orders – a hawker dish, a restaurant meal, and a cup of bubble tea – using my usual food delivery app. Then, I looked up the prices for takeout and dine in for comparison.
Food delivery is the most costly; but that’s to be expected, given the delivery fees. What’s shocking is the amount added to my meal.
Surprisingly, the restaurant meal had the least variance, as there was no in-app mark-up on the beef noodles. The increase came purely from the delivery fee. 

AirAsia Food launches food delivery service: Will other airlines follow?

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Updated: Mar 15, 2021 11:45 IST
By Lee Kah Whye
Singapore, March 15 (ANI): Malaysian discount carrier AirAsia, which co-owns AirAsia India with Tata Sons, has launched a "no-frills" food delivery service in Singapore.
This is aligned with their "super-app" strategy to diversify revenues following the devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to the airline industry. Airlines around the world are struggling to stay afloat and are finding ways to generate some revenue in whatever form.
In a report published on March 5, IATA (International Air Transport Association) said that air travel measured by Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs) fell in January, from levels in December, and was 72 per cent lower than in the pre-crisis month of January 2019. This setback for the airlines' passenger business was driven by tightening government travel restrictions across the world, following the emergence of COVID-19 variants.

AirAsia Food launches food delivery service, appoints 500 riders for on-time delivery

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To diversify revenues following devastation caused by COVID-19.
Airlines around the world are struggling to stay afloat.
Singapore: Malaysian discount carrier AirAsia, which co-owns AirAsia India with Tata Sons, has launched a "no-frills" food delivery service in Singapore.
This is aligned with their "super-app" strategy to diversify revenues following the devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to the airline industry. Airlines around the world are struggling to stay afloat and are finding ways to generate some revenue in whatever form.
In a report published on March 5, IATA (International Air Transport Association) said that air travel measured by Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs) fell in January, from levels in December, and was 72 per cent lower than in the pre-crisis month of January 2019. This setback for the airlines` passenger business was driven by tightening government travel restrictions across the world, following the emergence of COVID-19 variants.

AirAsia launches food-delivery services in Singapore to diversify revenue measures

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The Malaysian discount carrier AirAsia, which also co-owns AirAsia India with Tata Sons, has launched a “no-frills” food delivery service in Singapore.

Some Airlines Try to Be More Than Just Airlines to Make Up for Financial Hit


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From an aircraft housing a restaurant on the tarmac and Hello Kitty flights to nowhere, to home delivery of chef-prepared meals in a box and sightseeing flights over the Australian Outback and Antarctica, or an airline CEO delivering your food order, some global airlines are getting creative and thinking outside the box in order to generate revenue lost to a monumental decrease in flying due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The industry as a whole continues looking for ways to stay afloat until demand returns, ever since the pandemic brought the airline industry to a standstill a year ago,

AirAsia Food delivery: What credit cards to order with for big rewards

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AirAsia Food Delivery has touched down in Singapore. Here’s everything you need to know, from its pros to credit cards to use to maximise rewards. It’s a sign of the times that airlines have had to resort to some unconventional measures to stay afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.How unconventional? Well, your next food delivery may arrive courtesy of AirAsia. No,...

AirAsia Food delivery promos and deals 2021

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From now until March 16, AirAsia Food is offering unlimited, free delivery for orders within 8km. Food delivery companies are probably seeing red now that budget airlines AirAsia has officially joined the competition as of yesterday (March 2). Known as AirAsia Food, this overseas expansion to Singapore is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to generate alternative, non-airline revenue streams...

AirAsia launches unlimited flights on super app after breaking into SG food delivery space


AirAsia launches unlimited flights on super app after breaking into SG food delivery space
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03 March 2021
AirAsia is offering unlimited access to its international and domestic flights as well as eCommerce delivery services on its super app. This comes shortly after it launched food delivery service airasia food in Singapore last month. 
Consumers can get unlimited flights to destinations including Alor Setar, Langkawi, Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru within Malaysia, as well as other ASEAN destinations such as Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Philippines. Purchasing ASEAN Unlimited also enables consumers to enjoy unlimited free delivery for every order made on airasia Shop, Fresh and Food, which is available until 26 March 2022. Flights marked 100% off are flights that ASEAN Unlimited holders can redeem and book.

Analysis: Can airasia food's aspirations in SG take flight amidst stiff competition?


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19 February 2021
AirAsia's food delivery platform airasia food has hit the ground in Singapore, charging a commission rate of 15% to merchants which group CEO Tony Fernandes touts as "the lowest commission rate in town". The platform was initially launched last May as OURFOOD but rebranded to airasia food as part of airasia.com's super app.
As part of the launch in the Singapore market, airasia food is on the hunt for F&B operators to sign up as merchants, offering a special sign-on rate as low as 8% for the month of March. According to Fernandes, this enables merchants to earn more while having full control over their menu, pricing and easy access to data aside from being able to communicate directly with their customers.

AirAsia Food to spread its wings to Johor and Penang next month

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KUALA LUMPUR: Almost a year since its introduction in the Klang Valley area, AirAsia
food is now set to spread its wings to other major cities in the country starting with Johor and Penang next month.
AirAsia Bhd chief executive officer Riad Asmat said the business was recording a very positive growth, especially during the return of Conditional Movement Control Order between October to December 2020, and the trajectory remained promising into 2021.
He said under its expansion plan, the company had started an entrepreneurial programme to recruit more talents to grow airasia food together in the upcoming potential markets, as well as securing more merchants under its umbrella.

Airasia food to spread its wings to Johor and Penang next month | Money

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Monday, 15 Feb 2021 01:25 PM MYT
AirAsia Bhd chief executive officer Riad Asmat said the business was recording a very positive growth, especially during the return of CMO between October to December 2020, and the trajectory remained promising into 2021. ― Picture by Shafwan Zaidon
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 — Almost a year since its introduction in the Klang Valley area, airasia food is now set to spread its wings to other major cities in the country starting with Johor and Penang next month.
AirAsia Bhd chief executive officer Riad Asmat said the business was recording a very positive growth, especially during the return of conditional movement control order between October to December 2020, and the trajectory remained promising into 2021.

AirAsia launches e-shopping in PHL; food delivery, e-wallet to follow

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AFTER launching its online shopping platform in the Philippines, AirAsia Group Berhad is also hoping to make its food delivery and digital wallet services available to Filipino consumers soon.
The airline group officially launched its AirAsia Shop in the Philippines on Thursday, as part of its strategy to expand its e-commerce presence in Southeast Asia.
AirAsia first launched its online shop in Malaysia in the second quarter of 2020, according to Rose Lam, AirAsia’s head of ancillary.
After its launch in the Philippines, the group will be working towards opening the platform for consumers in Thailand and Malaysia, she said at a virtual briefing.

AirAsia Group sells 32.67% stake in Indian operations to partner Tata Sons

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Fernandes (left) collecting food from AirAsia Food merchant JoshiJosh
PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Group Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary AirAsia Investment Ltd is disposing of a 32.67% stake in AirAsia (India) Ltd (AAI) to its joint venture partner Tata Sons Pte Ltd for US$37.66 million (RM152.58 million).
According to its Bursa filing, the transaction includes a call option for the group’s remaining 16.33% stake in AAI, exercisable by Tata at any time after the disposal is completed, for US$18.83 million (RM76.29 million). The deal includes a put option exercisable by AirAsia in two tranches, March 1 to May 30, 2022 and Oct 1 to Dec 31, 2022.
The budget airline said the proceeds from the disposal will be used as working capital for first-quarter 2021.

IAA's webinar weighs in on how brands can power pride, passion and trust, and reboot the country's economy


WHY BRANDS MATTER FOR ECONOMIC REVIVAL
KUALA LUMPUR, 11 December 2020 -- ( ASIA TODAY ) -- A crisis triggers brand owners to reorient their marketing efforts, and usually, Advertising and Promotion (A&P) budgets are the first to be slashed. However, contrary to conventional wisdom, brands that have an enhanced presence during a crisis, such as this pandemic, will be the ones to stand out post-recovery.
“In times of crisis, consumers take notice of brands that ’stand by’ them and show that they care. Inadvertently, such brands secure customer confidence and loyalty,” International Advertising Association Malaysia (IAA Malaysia) president John D. Chacko said, adding that this is the case with both multinationals and SMEs.

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