Adam Lee is AirAsia’s resident photojournalist. He contributes monthly to the airline’s in-flight magazine Travel 3Sixty.
Daphne Cheah is the Public Relations Manager for AirAsia Berhad. Life is all about giving her best in everything, and passion fuels her life as an AirAsia Allstar. She loves to read, write, travel and has lately been bitten by the scuba diving bug. Pet peeves include dishonesty & laziness. Lookout for her adventures across AirAsia’s extensive route network and she can be found on Twitter & Instagram as well via @daphne_uijen
JFK has been writing for the AirAsia blog since it first launched, but back then, he was still a student pilot, learning to fly on the Gold Coast, Australia. Now, he is back on our blog as a Senior First Officer with AirAsia X flying the Airbus A330. Part-time too (when he is not flying), he still deejays on the radio, emcees events, gives talks on aviation to students in colleges & universities, plays basketball and spends way too much time on his Playstation 4. Insta/Tweet him @jfkjohan. .
During her first 3-years in AirAsia, Safina is an instructor for our AirAsia Academy. She love everything that happened in the Academy. Be it teaching, facilitating, handling visitors, motivating, every single thing. She’s passionate about teaching and sharing her life experiences.
Swee Ping is the social media strategist for AirAsia Group and a strong believer of the airline’s mission – ‘Now Everyone Can Fly’ and is passionate in connecting and enhancing AirAsia guests’ flying experience through social media. In her free time, she hops on Airbus A320 and jet-off to one of the destination that AirAsia flies to fulfill her mission in discovering all of AirAsia networks. Twitter/Instagram: @sweepingyong
In person, Yvonne is an outdoor-ish person, she love mountain more than anything in life, running (especially trail run) as well as mountain race. To date, she have completed her G7 in 11 months and for the past 2 years, have been actively scaling volcanic mountains in Indonesia ( Rinjani, Arjuna, Merapi, Merbabu, Gede, Pangrango, Batur, Papandayan, Anak Krakatoa, Rajabesa, Batur, Semeru, Salak, Cikuray).