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Apr 9, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-AirAsia-The Story So Far

(Translated by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese translation or Chinese to English translation services- website translation)

The Story So Far

Since AirAsia introduced its low fare, no frills concept in December 2001, the airline now flies to over 48 destinations in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Macau, China, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, formed 2 successful joint ventures in Thailand through Thai AirAsia, and Indonesia through Indonesia AirAsia, expanded its fleet from the original two to twenty eight, and revolutionized air travel in these country by offering incredibly low fares through its innovative sales channels. To date the AirAsia group, has carried over 35 million guests.

In June 2003, AirAsia announced three investors, IDB Infrastructure Fund L.P., Crescent Venture Partners and Deucalion Capital II Limited who have acquired equity in AirAsia Sdn Bhd worth US$26 million (RM98.80 million).
2003年6月亚航宣布,三位投资商IDB建设基金有限公司(IDB Infrastructure Fund L.P.)、新月风险投资公司(Crescent Venture Partner)及丢卡利翁第二资本有限公司(Deucalion Capital II Limited)拥有AirAsia Sdn Bhd的股东权益价值为2,600万美元(9,880万林吉特)。

In August 2003, AirAsia became the first airline in the world to introduce SMS booking where guests can now book their seats, check flight schedules and obtain latest updates on AirAsia promotions from the convenience of their mobile phones. AirAsia also recently introduced Go Holiday, the airline’s online programme where guests can book holiday packages online in real time.
2003年8月,亚航成为世界上第一家引进SMS订票系统的航空公司,乘客可以通过手机预订座位、查询航班时间表、获得最新的亚航促销信息。最近,亚航又引进了另一在线订购系统“度假”(Go Holiday),乘客可以即时在线预订度假旅行套餐。

AirAsia began regional flights in November 2003, by introducing flights to Phuket, in Thailand. The airline quickly extended flights to Bangkok, and later Hat Yai from KL International Airport. Flights to Indonesia commenced in April 2004 with routes serving Bandung, Surabaya, and Jakarta from KL International Airport. Subsequently the airline also introduced flights to Bali, Medan and Padang. AirAsia made history in Bandung, when it became the first low fare, no frills airline to operate a direct flight between Bandung and Kuala Lumpur in April 2004.

In Jan 2004, AirAsia carved a milestone in the history of Asian aviation when the low fare airline formed a partnership with Shin Corporation in Thailand to develop a low fare carrier in Thailand. Shin Corporation holds 50% stake, AirAsia has 49% and the remaining 1% by an individual. With 2 planes based in its Bangkok, AirAsia launched domestic operations in Thailand on January 13, 2004 with daily point-to-point flights from its new Bangkok hub and has since expanded to more domestic routes and new international flights to Singapore. AirAsia’s Thai operation is scheduled to expand to a fleet of eight Boeing 737-300 by end 2004.
2004年1月,亚航与泰国西瓦那集团(Shin Corporation)合伙,在泰国发展廉价航空运输,成为亚航历史上的里程碑。西瓦那集团占有50%的股份,亚航占有49%的股份,另外的1%的为个人股份。凭借其在曼谷的两架飞机,2004年1月13日亚航开始了泰国国内的航运业务,每天都有从新曼谷机场出发的点对点航班起飞,之后开通了更多的泰国国内航班,还有飞往新加坡的国际航班。泰国亚航计划于2004年底将机队扩展至8架波音737-300飞机。

In July 2004, the low fare airline commenced service to the Special Administrative Region (SAR) of Macau, by introducing a flight via is Thai operations from Bangkok. History will be made on Dec 15th 2004, when AirAsia launches its maiden service to Macau from its hub in Kuala Lumpur, and subsequently being the first low fare airline to do so.

In November 2004, AA International Limited (AAIL), a company that is 99.8 per cent owned by AirAsia Berhad, successfully concluded a sales and purchase agreement with Indonesian private airline PT AWAIR to acquire 49.0 per cent stake in the company. AWAIR was successfully re-launched as a low cost carrier serving domestic routes in Indonesia on 8 December 2004. AWAIR’s hub is based at Soekarno - Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia.
2004年11月,AirAsia Berhad控股99.8%的AA国际有限公司(AAIL)与印尼私营航空公司PT AWAIR签署一份合同,获得PT AWAIR公司49%的股份。AWAIR公司于2004年12月8日重新运营,作为廉价航空公司经营印尼国内各条航线。AWAIR公司的枢纽位于印尼雅加达国际机场(Soekarno-Hatta International Airport)。

In April 2005, the AirAsia Group became the first low fare, no frills airline to commence services between Bangkok and Xiamen, in China, and Clark (the Philippines) from Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu.

AirAsia is also now a public listed company on the Malaysia Stocks Exchange ( Bursa Malaysia), after having on 22 November 2004, successfully orchestrated one of the largest public offering in Malaysia and raised a whopping RM 717.4 million for its future expansion.

In line with its growth and expansion plans, AirAsia has secured a 130 aircraft commitment with Airbus for its A320s (100 firm, 30 options). The 130 aircraft order will place AirAsia as the single largest customer for the aircraft in Asia-Pacific, and potentially one of the largest airline fleets in the region. The new aircraft would gradually replaced AirAsia’s existing Boeing 737-300s.

On 23 of March 2006, AirAsia successfully moved its operations to the new Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT). This is a major milestone as it is the first dedicated terminal for low cost carrier operations in the world. The LCCT is designed to cater for 10 million passengers per annum with 30 parking bays for aircraft. It is upgradeable to cater for 15 million passengers if required. This terminal provides us with numerous cost saving opportunities as well as a more efficient operation.

The phenomenal growth of AirAsia reflects its vision to become an ASEAN brand. As one of the leading low fare airline in the region, AirAsia is the epitome of ASEAN with its rich cultures and wealth of resources. The airline further aspires to bring low fare travel to the people of ASEAN, and to encourage and boost trade and tourism amongst countries in ASEAN.

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