On 10 Dec 2014, airasia X announced South Korean football icon Park Ji-sung as our global ambassador with the unveiling of a Park Ji-sung livery on an Airbus A330. The livery features the football player and the words ‘Thank you Captain Park’ in English and Korean.
airasia X celebrated its 9th birthday on 2 November 2016 with a special birthday livery dedicated to guests and staff.
This livery was specially created to celebrate the life and memory of a very special Allstar, Anaz Tajudin. From joining airasia as a line engineer to becoming our Group COO, Anaz was a man who exemplified the Allstar spirit. In the words of our in-house designer Nik Ismail, the man behind the livery design, “Why […]
When airasia X first began operating flights from Kuala Lumpur to Stansted Airport, London in March 2009, we introduced the topcoat for our cabin crew. The first iteration was a black topcoat, which was changed to the current red wraparound coat shortly after to fit the airasia brand. The winter top coat is usually carried […]
Here is an enamel pin of the old airasia X logo when the very first airasia X (D7) long-haul service took to the skies connecting Kuala Lumpur with Gold Coast, Australia on 2 November 2007.
The name tag design of a Purser. While Captain is the commander of the entire aircraft, the Purser takes on the role of Head of Cabin, with direct supervision on all inflight matters – safety, the conduct of cabin crew, and the well-being of passengers under both normal and emergency circumstances. The Purser reports directly […]
Apart from the fact that this name tag came from a time before ‘cabin crew’ was widely accepted as the new correct term, this name tag also features a Malaysian flag. Every cabin crew used to have a flag on their name tags to denote which country of origin the cabin crew is from – […]