Tony Fernandes CEO Blog

Tony Fernandes has a blog!

So, if you have any suggestions or complaints about AirAsia or Tony himself, you can visit his blog and make a comment on any of his post, or email him at

Check out the
terms of use at his blog.

His recent post tells where he was and what he does...
Please call me Tony, so that's what I would like to be called. This is me, not a ghostwriter so pardon the typos and poor grammar. Just returned form London and went to watch basketball (my next project an Asean Basketball League - will tell you all about it soon) and today went to watch the Women's World Cup of Table Tennis as AirAsia was a sponsor.

Now that is a great Entrepreneur who took out some time to blog to stay close to his dear customers, and just like many of us who worries about grammar and typos.

AirAsia has also created another blog, Just Plane Thoughts where you can make your complaints and blog about it at their site.

Just Plane Thoughts invites you into AirAsia’s world. We’ll provide insights into our company, our people, our culture and our working lives. We promise to make things interesting as to make your visit here worthwhile. We also want to hear from our readers. You get to post comments as well as blog with us! Just sign in and click on User Guide for more info.

Just Plane Thoughts User Guide

How To Log In

Some of you may have an existing member account on You may use the same User ID and password to log into this blog. For those who don't have an account yet, you will need to sign up first. Your member account is maintained on the site. If you intend to update your profile, you will be redirected to your account on that site.

How To Write a Blog Post

At Just Plane Thoughts, we give our readers the opportunity to submit blog posts. The AirAsia blog team is looking for stories related to your travels including shopping and dining accounts as well as experiences in airports around the world. We encourage you to include photos or videos with your post. Try and keep your post between 200 - 500 words.

We will not publish any inquiries, suggestions or personal issues related to new routes, flight frequency, customer care or your flight booking. You may direct these issues to Guest Support.

Remember to use good blogging manners. This means staying on topic, being courteous and productive, avoiding profanity, racial slurs, rudeness or anything that violates our Terms of Use.This is a moderated site and we will reject posts which do not play by the rules!

We look forward to receiving your submissions and publishing them. The AirAsia Blog team reserves the right to pre-screen, verify or edit the content posted by users in the Blog.

  • Log in with your AirAsia member username and password. If you are not a member, sign up for an account.
  • Once you're logged in, click Write a Post and you can blog your entry and upload pictures or videos. All you need to do is follow the instructions on the page.

How to Leave a Comment

We welcome your comments on this blog. Bear in mind though all comments are moderated and may not post immediately. Please don't resubmit your comment if it doesn't appear immediately.

Comments considered as inquiries or deemed off-topic or offensive may not post at all. Inquiries on new routes or flight frequency is best directed to Guest Support.

Please do not submit comments that contain any confidential information belonging to anyone else. All or part of your comment may be displayed.

  • Log in with your AirAsia member username and password. If you are not a member, sign up for an account.
  • Once you're logged in, click on the "comment" link below each post and follow the instructions.

This is a great and cost saving customer service that Tony'd provided for us.


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