AirAsia unveils ‘Save Our Malayan Tiger’ livery to champion wildlife conservation.
AirAsia has unveiled a special “Save our Malayan Tiger” aircraft livery to bring the Malaysian government’s wildlife conservation campaign to life.
According to a press release, the livery forms part of AirAsia’s ongoing sustainability efforts to support conservation and environmental programmes, and would encourage millions of people to pledge their support for the cause. The Airbus A320 aircraft livery was launched by the minister of water, land and natural resources Yang Berhormat and Xavier Jayakumar alongside AirAsia group CEO Tony Fernandes and AirAsia Malaysia CEO Riad Asmat in Sepang.
Air Asia is helping the efforts of the Malayan government with saving the Malayan tiger a redesign of one of its airlines.
It raises a big question: where is Tiger Air? This company has been using the name of the tiger for many years WITHOUT giving back anything to tigers.
They even broke their promise to invest in tiger conservation, a promise made in 2013.