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February 21, 2024
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AirAsia X no longer is listed as a troubled company on the Malaysian stock exchange. Bursa Malaysia lifted the so-called Practice Note 17 status as of today, which means that the low-cost, long-haul airline again fulfills all the requirements of a company in good financial health.

AirAsia X has been in PN17 for over two years since the start of the pandemic when it came to a standstill as travel restrictions prevented it from doing any meaningful operations. The carrier only restarted operations in Q2 2022. Since then, it has made a strong recovery and reported a profit again for the first time this Q2.

 


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