04 February 2009

Our Stylish Rides…

By Venice

It’s been a long while since I blogged. Since last year! Ok ok…I’m being dramatic considering it’s only the beginning of the 2nd month in 2009. And what better way to usher in the new year than with loads of reminiscing.

When I joined AirAsia, I had the chance to work on our Boeing 737s, and if there’s one main thing I learnt, is just how much to appreciate our Airbus A320s. I had fun flying on the B737s. My first plane ride in my life was on one of our own.

8th Dec 2005, our first Airbus arrived. We had water canons blasting an archway for this red & white baby as it taxiied to the bay. A historical day indeed for us here. In fact, we even marked the day further by setting the record for the most people out of office on a working afternoon! (special permission by our beloved CEO to join in the celebrations!)

Day in day out, we’ve gone from operating just 1 A320 until today where we’ve gone 100% Airbus in KUL.

With every new A320s that we received, I feel prouder to be part of this phenomenal growth. Part of this ASEAN achievement. Part of this family.

With every guest that I greet on board, I feel more privilleged to be standing there in the red uniform, representing this phenomenal growth. This ASEAN achievement. This family.

Here’s the fun…

Can you recognize these parts of our stylish rides??

Happy flying =D

  • Almond

    I know someone who would like to have one of the “Remove before flight” tag..can it be merchandised? as keychain or handphone strap?

  • Venice

    Hi, Almondstar.

    Nice nickname!

    I will forward your cool suggestion to our In-Flight Services for sure! Thank you so much!

  • Kalai

    welcome back venice,hope to read more of your future blog. by the way nice name;venice italy would be my favourite place,hope to visit it someday.gogo ms venice!!:p

  • Satwinderjit Singh

    Hello Venice,

    If you don’t mind, can you share your experience of being as a Cabin Crew in Boeing 737 and Airbus airplanes. Hope to hear more from you.
    Thank you.

    Regards,
    Satwin Hans