(Bloomberg) -- Low-cost budget carrier AirAsia is seeking to start units in Singapore and Vietnam, the Edge reported.

The company wants a presence in those markets even while recognizing it won’t be the biggest player there, the paper said, citing Tony Fernandes, chief executive officer of AirAsia’s parent Capital A Bhd.

AirAsia already has operations in Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Cambodia.

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