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airasia eyes launching ride-hailing app in PH market

Capital A, previously known as the AirAsia Group, is targeting to launch a ride-hailing service in the local market. 
AirAsia eyes launching ride-hailing app in PH market
Photo: airasia ride in Malaysia

New ride-hailing service provider?

Capital A chief executive officer Tony Fernades bared this plan during a briefing with reporters on Monday. 

The official said his group would meet with Department of Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista to discuss Capital A’s possible entry into the industry. 

Our dream is to move people in the sky and on the road. We need to go to the airport, right, we need to come to the airport. When you are traveling, you need someone to move you around as well. I hope we can discuss the license. We think it’s good. I’m all about reducing cost. So, yes we’re gonna join, Fernandes said.

Last 2021, Capital A introduced AirAsia Ride in Malaysia. The same platform was rolled out in Thailand and Indonesia last year. 

Grab Philippines is the dominant player in the ride-sharing market. 

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