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|Image:Zest Airways Logo.png|
|Founded||1995 (as Asian Spirit)|
|Fleet size||6 (+6 orders)|
|Parent company||AMY Holdings, Inc.|
|Company slogan||Asia's most refreshing airline|
|Key people|| |
Zest Airways - formerly Asian Spirit, is the Philippine's third biggest airline. It currently operates scheduled domestic flight services to major cities in the Philippines joining the rank of Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
The airline started as Asian Spirit, a cooperative airline owned by pilots. The cooperative sold the airline to AMY Holdings of Alfredo M. Yao, whose Zest-O Corporation make the famous Zest-O juice drink in the Philippines.
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