Contest is open for registration from now until 27 January, best community project will win 24 AirAsia return flights* to a destination of their choice!

SEPANG, 20 JANUARY 2016

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AirAsia invites the public to step forward, lead and organise community projects via AirAsia #Green24 Challenge and stand to win 24 return flights to a destination of your choice.
AirAsia continues with the awareness movement #GREEN24, aimed to heighten awareness and promote sustainable actions that will make a tangible difference to the environment throughout communities across the Asean region — beginning from home, offices, cities or even on a national level. As part of the #GREEN24 initiative, AirAsia is inviting the public to step forward, lead and organise community projects from 29 to 30 January 2016 via ‘AirAsia #GREEN24 Challenge’. The best community project carried out during the period will win 24 AirAsia return flights* to a destination of their choice.

The contest is open to everyone residing in Malaysia and the public can participate by following these 5 simple steps:

Step 1:
Download the registration form at the #GREEN24 website airasia.com/green24

Step 2:
Plan and organise a community project to be carried out anytime from 29 to 30 January 2016

Step 3:
Complete the registration form and email it to green24@airasia.com by 27 January 2016

Step 4:
Carry out the planned project within 29 to 30 January 2016 and hashtag #GREEN24Challenge on the specified social media channels listed in the registration form

Step 5:
Submit a report of the project, based on the report template by 5 February 2016 via email to green24@airasia.com

Aireen Omar, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Berhad says, “#GREEN24 is a regional initiative, and throughout the 24-hour period from 29 to 30 January 2016, offices all across AirAsia group will be organising various activities with their respective communities. Our affiliates in Thailand are organising a reef clean-up while our offices in Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia are holding education programmes on recycling and planting trees by the river to avoid erosion. These are just a few of the examples of the things taking place.”

“We hope to create more awareness among Malaysians on the effects of climate change by inviting the public to participate in this challenge and be a part of the #GREEN24 movement. The amount of environmentally friendly actions that an individual can take on is limitless. It begins with finding an interest that will serve as the catalyst to create beneficial communal projects for this challenge and every action that we take will make a difference to our planet. We look forward to all your participation in this #GREEN24 Challenge,” added Aireen.

AirAsia’s #GREEN24 campaign was first launched last November as part of the airline’s Corporate Social Responsibility. The initial activity saw over 150 volunteers from across the AirAsia Group and Tune Group of companies come together to clean the Kanching Rainforest Waterfall in Rawang. Nearly 600kg of garbage was collected in a short duration of 90 minutes during this waterfall clean-up activity.

The public can find out more information about this #GREEN24 climate awareness movement and how to participate by visiting airasia.com/green24.

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AirAsia #GREEN24 Challenge to spur community projects around Malaysia