Leveraging its unique position as the only food delivery player in the region that is tied to Asia’s largest low-cost carrier, airasia food today launches its brand new intercity food delivery service that allows users to enjoy their all-time favourite delicacies from around the country, air-flown and delivered to their doorstep.
Starting 15 August, the food delivery platform of airasia Super App is kicking off its one-of-a-kind delivery service for selected areas in Klang Valley and users will be able to satisfy their Penang food cravings simply by clicking on the ‘Food’ icon on the app.
Meal options include Halal-certified meals by Hameed Pata & Bangkok Lane serving Mee Goreng Sotong, Jeruk Madu Pak Ali’s Jeruk Campur, Nyonya Kuih from Li Er Cafe, Nasi Kandar from Hameediyah, White Curry Mee, Char Koay Teow and Hokkien Mee from Bee Hwa Cafe and non-halal meals from Tiger Char Koay Teow, 888 Hokkien Mee Jalan Iradiwati, and many more coming to your doorstep in the future.
All meals will be prepared fresh and air-flown in strict hygienic conditions from Penang to the Klang Valley on selected days each week, with affordable delivery fees of only RM5.99 per order.
Orders close at 5pm one day before the scheduled delivery day. Users have the option of pre-ordering their favourite meals up to 30 days in advance.
Tan Suan Sear, Regional Head of airasia food, said, “As of today, we are proud to introduce some of the best meals that my hometown, Penang has to offer, and very soon the new service will also include food from other states in Malaysia to be delivered to more locations in the Klang Valley and beyond. We have successfully launched the same intercity food delivery service in Thailand where popular delicacies from Phuket are flown in to Bangkok to great fanfare and interest of the diners.”