AIRBUS SE is well-positioned to meet the expected demand for more aircraft once air traffic in Malaysia and countries in the region returns to normalcy post-Covid-19.

President of Airbus Asia Pacific, Anand Stanley (picture), said the company is geared up and more focused on working with its customers to be ready for a post-pandemic world.

He said activities have started to pick up very quickly particularly in China, India and the US, which are pointing towards a recovery.

“Malaysia is a key country in the Asean region. Malaysia and Asean will resume a strong growth pattern post-Covid-19.

“The demand for people to fly will be higher in this region and the airlines will have a strong role to play to resume and meet that demand. This, in turn, will have a strong multiplier effect on trade and economy in the region,” Stanley said at a media roundtable in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Read more