AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline, has unveiled its newest and vibrant office, RedPoint, in the Philippines.
RedPoint features transparent and modern open plan
design and technology, meeting rooms themed according to seasons (winter,
spring, summer and autumn), collaboration zones and creative lounges.
The new headquarters becomes
home to AirAsia’s 2,100 Al-stars based in Manila and will foster open
communication, creativity and innovation as the company embarks on a
transformation journey to become more than just an airline.
The opening was attended by
Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo
Puyat, Deputy Speaker Mikee Romero, AirAsia Group Berhad Executive Chairman
Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, AirAsia Philippines Chairman of the Board Atty. Jomar
Castillo, AirAsia Philippines Vice Chairman of the Board Sheila Romero and
AirAsia Philippines CEO Ricardo Isla at Ninoy Aquino International Airport
(Naia) Terminal 3 in Pasay City today.
Isla said “As Asia’s largest
low-cost carrier, the opening of RedPoint signifies a new era for AirAsia in
the Philippines. It’s new and stylish working environment has been specifically
designed to break down departmental silos, inspire collaboration and foster
creativity. The new office space is an expression of AirAsia’s core values,
especially of putting people first, as they go about delivering what our guests
want and expect.”
Isla added that the unveiling
of RedPoint also celebrates AirAsia’s recognition as the world’s best low-cost
airline for the 11th consecutive year by Skytrax, the global benchmark of
The new Philippines
headquarters also includes hammock and swing areas, as well as a gym. The
company moves to RedPoint from the Salem Complex near Naia Terminal 4.
AirAsia Philippines operates a
fleet of 24 aircraft on more than 500 weekly domestic and international flights
from its hubs in Manila, Clark, Cebu and Kalibo.
Attending the AirAsia
Philippines RedPoint office launch were Castillo (from left), Transportation
Undersecretary for Aviation and Airports Capt. Manuel Antonio Tamayo,
Congressman Enrico Pineda, Meranun, Romero, Tugade, Romero, Sen. Manny
Pacquiao, Jinkee Pacquiao, Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Director
General Capt. Jim C. Sydiongco, Isla, Manila International Airport Authority
General Manager Ed Monreal, and Civil Aeronautics Board Executive Director
Atty. Carmelo Arcilla.