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AirAsia and AJ Hackett Challenged Bungy Jumpers Through the Loopy Bounce Day

AirAsia and AJ Hackett Challenged Bungy Jumpers Through the Loopy Bounce Day

Macau Tower hosted the seventh Annual Loopy Bounce Day final December four. This occasion was powered by the world’s finest low- airline, AirAsia, and was organized by the world’s high journey tourism firm, AJ Hackett.

Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua, winner of Best Costume and Best Jump of the Day, flanked by AJ Hackett CEO Alan John Hackett (R), AirAsia X Malaysia Chairman Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz (L) and AirAsia cabin crew.
Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua, winner of Finest Costume and Finest Bounce of the Day, flanked by AJ Hackett CEO Alan John Hackett (R), AirAsia X Malaysia Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz (L) and AirAsia cabin crew.

With the theme “AirAsia Locations,” the bungy bounce ever featured 23 contributors from throughout Asia Pacific who took the plunge from the world’s highest industrial bungy bounce, the Macau Tower, with 233 meters lengthy and operated by AJ Hackett. All of the contributors wore colourful costumes, too.

The contributors from Australia, China (Mainland and Macao), India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore have been chosen to compete and have enjoyable by AirAsia and AJ Hackett via their social media contest held a month earlier than the Loopy Bounce Day.

These contributors have been chosen for his or her creativity, their storytelling expertise, and the relevance of their costumes to the theme, which was impressed by AirAsia’s in depth route community of greater than locations.

The occasion was kicked off by Alan John Hackett, AJ Hackett CEO, Mdm Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, AirAsia X Malaysia Chairman; Mr Adam Lichtenstein, Regional Supervisor of AJ Hackett Worldwide and Basic Supervisor of AJ Hackett Macau Tower; Ms Celia Lao, CEO of AirAsia Hong Kong and Macao; Mr Simon Chan, President of the Civil Aviation Authority, Macao; Ms Cecilia Tse, Deputy Director of Macau Authorities Tourism Workplace; Mr Eric Fong, Director of Advertising and marketing Division of CAM Macau Worldwide Airport Co Ltd; Mr Matthew Mok, AirAsia Group Head of Partnership; Mr Victor Kaw, Industrial Officer of AirAsia BIG Loyalty; Mr Francis Lam, Govt Supervisor of Macau Tower; Mr Alcuin Li, Director of Industrial Division, TurboJET and Mr Rutger Verschuren, Space Vice President – Macau Operations of Artyzen Hospitality Group Restricted and Basic Supervisor of Grand Lapa Macau.

After 4 hours of continuous bunny motion, Mexican nationwide Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua, who’s residing in China, was named because the winner of the Finest Costume Award for his execution and wow issue. He additionally gained the Finest Bounce of the Day for his fashion and wonderful bounce footage.

L-R: Best Costume and Best Jump of the Day winner Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua, Best Costume first runner-up Nicholas Andrew Webber and Best Costume second runner-up John Paul Esguerra Fernandes.
L-R: Finest Costume and Finest Bounce of the Day winner Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua, Finest Costume first runner-up Nicholas Andrew Webber and Finest Costume second runner-up John Paul Esguerra Fernandes.

For his Finest Costume award, Amezcua acquired a pair of AirAsia return to Auckland, New Zealand, an opportunity for 2 folks to additionally expertise the AJ Hackett bridge bungy and bridge climb in New Zealand, and 0,000 AirAsia BIG Factors. For his Successful Bounce, he gained one other AirAsia return ticket to Singapore, an opportunity for an individual to expertise the AJ Hackett Sentosa bungy bounce, Vertical Skywalk, and Big Swing plus 0,000 AirAsia BIG Factors.

Finest Costume first runner-up Nicholas Andrew Webber of Australia acquired an AirAsia return ticket to Singapore, an opportunity for an individual to expertise the AJ Hackett Sentosa bungy bounce, Vertical Skywalk, and Big Swing, and ,000 AirAsia BIG Factors. Second runner-up John Paul Esguerra Fernandes from the Philippines acquired ,000 AirAsia BIG Factors.

The judges of the Loopy Bounce Day have been comprised of Mdm Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, AirAsia X Malaysia Chairman, Mr Adam Lichtenstein, Regional Supervisor of AJ Hackett Worldwide and Basic Supervisor of AJ Hackett Macau Tower, Mr Matthew Mok, AirAsia Group Partnership Head, Mr Victor Kaw, AirAsia BIG Chief Industrial Officer and Mr Francis Lam Macau Tower Conference and Leisure Centre Govt Supervisor.

AirAsia Hong Kong and Macau CEO Celia Lao mentioned, “It’s been actually wonderful to see all these contributors dressed like locations that AirAsia flies to from Macao, both direct or Fly-Through through certainly one of our key transit hubs. The inventiveness that went into designing and placing collectively such distinctive costumes is testomony to the spirit of journey and exploration one would count on from followers of air journey and bungy leaping.”

AJ Hackett CEO AJ Hackett additionally mentioned, “I’m each delighted and amazed to see the hassle this yr’s contributors made placing collectively their costumes. It’s additionally been wonderful partnering with AirAsia for this yr’s occasion and I need to ship an enormous thanks to them for flying all these courageous journey seekers into Macao and making it potential for them to leap off the Macau Tower with us. It’s our want that this yearly Loopy Bounce Day occasion brings nice worth to Macao, the Macau Tower and our companions, and we up for holding many extra profitable occasions sooner or later.”

 Crazy Jump Day - Twenty-three participants from across Asia Pacific battled it out in "AirAsia Destination" theme costumes at Crazy Jump Day 2017 at Macau Tower.
Loopy Bounce Day – Twenty-three contributors from throughout Asia Pacific battled it out in “AirAsia spot” theme costumes at Loopy Bounce Day 2017 at Macau Tower.

The Macau Tower Loopy Bounce Day 2017 is powered by AirAsia and AJ Hackett, in of the purpose to extra guests to Macau and Macau Tower and to introduce the expertise of thrill and pleasure of the world’s highest industrial bungy bounce and Skywalk.

AirAsia provides direct companies between Macau and Kuala Lumpur (14 flights in every week), Bangkok (28 flights), Chiang Lai (7 flights), Jakarta (four flights), Johor Bahru (7 flights), Manila (5 flights), and Pattaya (four flights), along with the Fly-Through companies through Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur to just about 40 locations throughout the Asia Pacific.

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