Zest Air (Zest Airways) (formerly Asian Spirit) (Manila) according to this article by ABS-CBNnews.com is planning to overhaul its business model in the fourth quarter. The carrier is also planning to overhaul its colorful livery but with retain the Zest Air name.
The airline is planning to resume service to Hong Kong and will also launch a new route to Singapore.
In addition the carrier is adding four Airbus A330-300s and is expected to add new routes to Bahrain, Damman, Melbourne and Riyadh.
Zest Air (Zest Airways) (Manila) has taken delivery of its seventh Airbus A320 and is expanding internationally. The carrier, which saw nearly a 41 percent increase in domestic traffic, is planning to add Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai and Xian in China.
Zest Air will also launch flights to Busan and Seoul-Incheon (South Korea), and is applying for permission to fly to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) and to Singapore according to the Philippine Star.
ZestAir (Zest Airways) (formerly Asian Spirit) (Manila) meanwhile is also expanding. The low-fare airline is adding additional Airbus aircraft and the fleet has expanded now to nine aircraft according to this report by Manila Standard Today. The growing airline will add new international routes to Kuala Lumpur, Seoul (Incheon) and Shanghai.
ZestAir (Zest Airways) (Manila) is planning to acquire two Boeing 777s for new long-range routes to the Middle East. The company is also launching a Shanghai route on Janaury 24 according to the Manila Standard Today.