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- 17. AirAsia X Orders Additional 34 Airbus A330neo Aircraft
AirAsia X has placed an order with Airbus for an additional 34 A330neo widebody aircraft. The order was announced at the Farnborough Air Show in the UK by Kamarudin Meranun, AirAsia Co-Founder and AirAsia X Group Chief Executive Officer, Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, Chairman of AirAsia X and Eric Schulz, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer.
- 18. AirAsia X takes Delivery of New Airbus A330
AirAsia X takes Delivery of New Airbus A330. AirAsia X, the low-cost, long-haul affiliate of AirAsia, has taken delivery of its first brand-new Airbus A330 aircraft. The delivery is the first from an order AirAsia X placed for 25 Airbus A330 aircraft earlier this year, and comes just weeks after AirAsia switched its entire Malaysian operations to an all Airbus A320 fleet.
- 19. AirAsia X signs Maintenance Deal with Lufthansa Technik Philippines
AirAsia X signs Maintenance Deal with Lufthansa Technik Philippines. AirAsia X has appointed Lufthansa Technik Philippines (LTP) as its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services provider. Both parties signed an agreement in Singapore on Wednesday for LTP to provide MRO services for AirAsia X’s fleet of eight Airbus aircraft which comprises A330s and A340s for three years begi
- 20. AirAsia X Launches KL - Nagoya Flights
AirAsia X has launched direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Nagoya, Japan. Nagoya is AirAsia X’s third destination in Japan after Tokyo and Osaka. The airline is operating the route with four flights per week using Airbus A330-300 aircraft. To celebrate the launch, AirAsia X is offering launch fares from MYR299 (JPY11,000) in Economy Class and MYR999 (JPY29,900) in Premium Class
- 21. AirAsia X launches Fares of A$199 for Flights between Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur
AirAsia X launches Fares of A$199 for Flights between Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur. AirAsia X, the Malaysian-based long-haul, low-cost airline, is offering one-way fares between Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur from A$199, including airport taxes, surcharges and fees. AirAsia X will fly direct to Melbourne Airport from November 12, 2008 with four return flights per week between Melbourne a
- 22. AirAsia X: New Low Cost Long Haul Airline aims for July 2007 Take Off
AirAsia X: New Low Cost Long Haul Airline aims for July 2007 Take Off. Fly Asian Xpress (FAX) is set to launch AirAsia X, a new low cost long haul airline. AirAsia X is expected to commence operations in July 2007 from the low cost terminal at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
- 23. AirAsia X celebrates First 100,000 Passengers with 5,000 Free Seats Giveaway
AirAsia X celebrates First 100,000 Passengers with 5,000 Free Seats Giveaway. In less than five months of operations, AirAsia X, a low-cost, long-haul airline has reached the milestone of 100,000 seats sold valued at approximately RM100 million. AirAsia X is currently serving two international destinations, the Gold Coast in Australia and Hangzhou in China, and with more destinatio
- 24. AirAsia X to bring Millions of Tourist Dollars to Western Australia
AirAsia X to bring Millions of Tourist Dollars to Western Australia . Tourism from Malaysia to Western Australia is expected to increase significantly thanks to new, direct flights with low-cost airline AirAsia X.Tourism Minister Sheila McHale said a new deal between Tourism WA, AirAsia X and Westralia Airports Corporation could inject nearly $100million into the Western Australian
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