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AirAsia X low fare promotion

16 August 2010

PETALING JAYA: Travelers are in for a real treat with the latest low fare campaign offered by AirAsia X.

The three-day campaign, from Aug 17 to 19 for travel from 1 April to 11 August, 2011, offers unbelievable low fares to all of its destinations except Korea.

Dubbed the X-traordinary low fare campaign, the offer is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis and made exclusively online via and

Besides offering free seats to Mumbai and New Delhi with guests merely paying airport tax from as low as RM25 one way, the airlines is also offering fares from as low as RM499 to London.

Australian destinations such as Gold Coast, Perth and Melbourne are available from RM199 whilst fares to China are offered from as low as RM99 to Tianjin and Chengdu and from RM149 to Hangzhou.

The fare to Taiwan is also offered from RM149.

AirAsia X has also revamped its economy class seats with new ergonomical, reclineable seats at 31 pitch equipped with comfortable adjustable headrests.

Guests will also have the opportunity to experience the new comfortable flatbed Premium seats on AirAsia Xs brand new A330 and A340 aircrafts with premium low fares from as low as RM449 to India, from RM499 to Taiwan, from RM549 to China, from RM899 to Australia and from as low as RM2,249 to London.

Premium seat guests will get to enjoy the following premium complimentary product and services: Pick A Seat, Priority Check-in, Priority Boarding, Priority Baggage, Baggage Allowance, Combo Meal and Comfort Kit made-up of a pillow and a blanket.

AirAsia X chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani said the promotion was the best opportunity for guests to maximize on the airlines extensive route network to travel to more places with its amazing low fares.

“Our aggressive promo campaign on both our economy and premium class seats will allow guests a better flying option and choice of comfort.

“With our rapid expansion plans, AirAsia X is committed and poised to position Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur as its dynamic capital, as Asia's biggest low-cost hub,” said Azran.

He added guests could start planning and booking their flights for their next year travel plans and take advantage of Kuala Lumpur’s status as a gateway to Asia, Australia and Europe and connect globally.

Those flying on the AirAsia X network are also offered fares from as low as RM1 from Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Alor Star, Johor, Kota Bharu, Singapore, Begawan and Hatyai among others.

The offer, for the travel period as same as the international routes campaign, was kicked off on Aug 10 and will end on Aug 19.

Guests can also get online hotel deals and tour packages via AirAsiaGo at where they have wide choice tours, activities and accommodation in over 70,000 hotels worldwide.

All fares quoted are applicable for one-way travel only and is inclusive of airport tax.

By Wani Muthiah

The Star

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