In anticipation for the resumption of international travel, AirAsia's website is partnering with Turkish Airlines to offer interline ticketing between the budget airline and the national carrier of Turkey.

As part of the collaboration, will enhance its flight network to include Turkish Airlines' network which currently is the world's largest with 319 destinations across the globe. The website's interline technology will combine Turkish Airlines' flight inventory with AirAsia flights and offer itineraries with both airlines.

According to AirAsia, the partnership will “generate a substantial synergy between the two parties through the cross -promotion of destinations, with the mission of being proactively prepared to tap into forthcoming return of travel .”

Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia Group said, “Our super app is about connecting people to places and we want to connect Asean to the world. We welcome our partnership with Turkish Airlines, and the opportunity to promote Turkey as a major gateway to Europe, which will prepare us for the rebound in travel that we expect to happen once borders gradually reopen next year. Today with its comprehensive portfolio of travel and lifestyle products is well-poised to promote the best that Turkey and the wider European market have to offer. We will continue to collaborate creatively with other industry players to stimulate travel demand and complete our product offering as the one-stop platform for all our customer’s travel and lifestyle needs.”

Bilal Ekşi, CEO of Turkish Airlines said, “We are glad to be partnered with with this collaboration that we believe to see its advantages all together in near future. With this valuable partnership, it would be a pleasure for us to welcome our passengers with a seamless flight experience that can only be seen at Turkish Airlines.”

While branded and is under the AirAsia group, was made as a separate company in 2019 offering travelers travel and lifestyle products. The website offers 15 lines of products serving over 75 million users throughout Asia.

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