Thursday, October 15, 2009

AirAsia’s three new daily flights to India

14 October 2009

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia will start daily direct flights to Kolkata, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) in India from Kuala Lumpur beginning November, the low-cost carrier said in a statement Wednesday.

It will be offering all-inclusive fares from as low as RM129 one-way for the booking period of Oct 15 to 20 to travel between Nov 12 and July 31, 2010 for Kochi; Nov 16 to July 31, 2010 for Thiruvananthapuram; and Nov 19 to July 31 for Kolkata.

AirAsia launched its first Indian route to Trichy, in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu on Dec 1, 2008.


Anonymous said...

can i know wht r airasia's annual goals as well as yr opinion of its management?thx..

AirAsia Fans Club said...

Airasia goal for this year is to achieve to have 15 to 20 percent passenger growth compare to last year. And will launch more ancilarry income product to boost for revenue and profit, and while the competitor is cutting route, it grabs the opportunity to capture more market share by open new route and increase the flight frequency..

For the opinion to the management.. i have confident with them as they are doing more advertisement and brand building, continue to expand in this difficult situation, at the same time they also not forget to do the good deeds for the public as they provide the free flight for the victim in Sumatra earthquake, sponsor the youth sports team in basketball, etc.. all those give company a good image and good for the long term growth..

shawn said...

It's great if AirAsia will start 3 new daily flights to India from Kuala Lumpur. I agree with you that it’s going to be helpful for the company and air travelers. This will add more goodwill and popularity to AirAsia.