AirAsia Philippines lauds new APC leadership for its commitment to uphold unbiased journalism

has expressed its strong support to the Airport Press Club (APC) who’s been a mover and a catalyst of change in shaping the airline and aviation industry for more than 60 years now.

AirAsia through its Communications and Public Affairs Department today witnessed the installation of the new set of APC officials which was also officiated by New NAIA Infra Corp. General Manager Angelito Alvarez and MIAA General Manager Jose Eric Ines. The airline also commended the organization for its unbiased reporting especially on various issues that impact the lives of air travelers.

“The Airport Press Club has always been a reliable partner of AirAsia in effectively communicating our mission of democratizing air travel. Through their responsible, fair and accurate reporting, we are assured that travelers and other stakeholders in the aviation industry make well-informed decisions. We look forward to further nurturing our good relations in the years to come”, AirAsia Philippines Head of Communications and Public Affairs and First Officer Steve Dailisan shares.

“The Airport Press Club would like to thank AirAsia Philippines for trusting and giving us the opportunity to also make a change for the greater good of the public. We will continue to uphold AirAsia and the public’s trust through our straightforward, impartial, and impactful reporting,” shares Airport Press Club President Ariel Fernandez.

AirAsia and APC’s collaborations extend beyond sharing relevant news and information. In times of calamities and natural disasters, AirAsia and APC are strong partners in reaching out to affected communities through various corporate social responsibility initiatives


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