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- 97. 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
- 98. AirAsia X Reports 20.9% Growth for Q1 2013
AirAsia X carried 0.65million passengers in Q1 2013, a growth of 20.9% over the same quarter in 2012 for its continuing routes. The airline’s fleet as at 31 March 2013 remains at 9 Airbus A330s and 2 Airbus A340s. The tenth A330 was delivered in April 2013. On 16 February 2013, AirAsia X launched its inaugural flight to Jeddah followed by Shanghai on 19 February 2013. AirAsia X now
- 99. AirAsia to Launch Daily Bangkok - Taipei Flights; Flights from NT$690
AirAsia to Launch Daily Bangkok - Taipei Flights; Flights from NT$690. AirAsia is to launch direct daily flights between Bangkok and Taipei on 25 September 2009. To celebrate the new service, AirAsia is offering an all-in-fare from as low as NT$690 one-way between Taipei and Bangkok.
- 100. Record Q1 for AirAsia X
AirAsia X, the long haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia has reported a record load factor in its first quarter of 2012. AirAsia X carried 0.69 million passengers, a growth of 7.5% over the same quarter in 2011. This exceeded a capacity increase of 5.5% to 4.5 billion Available-Seat-Kms (ASKs), which was achieved with the same aircraft fleet of 9 Airbus A330s and 2 Airbus A340s, and
- 101. New Sales Record for AirAsia X
New Sales Record for AirAsia X. AirAsia X, the long haul, low cost affiliate of AirAsia, has set a new sales record with its newly launched destination to Seoul. The airline offered all in fares from as low as KRW 60,000 (from Seoul) and RM 99 (from Kuala Lumpur) for bookings between 4 - 8 August 2010 with over 80,000 seats being snapped up, generating over RM 20 million in sales d
- 102. AirAsia Enters Vietnam with JV
AirAsia Enters Vietnam with JV. AirAsia has acquired a 30% equity stake in VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Company (VietJet Air) to establish a Vietnam-based joint venture low-cost airline which will carry the name VietJet AirAsia. The Ministry of Transportation of Vietnam approved the share acquisition on 9 February 2010.
- 103. AirAsia to increase Frequency to Daily between KL and Yogyakarta
AirAsia to increase Frequency to Daily between KL and Yogyakarta. AirAsia is increasing its capacity between Kuala Lumpur and Yogyakarta in Indonesia by launching direct daily flights from 15 April 2008. The low-cost carrier currently serves the route with four flights per week on AirAsia’s new 180-seater Airbus A320.
- 104. AirAsia Testing New Inflight Wi-Fi System
AirAsia is now testing inflight Wi-Fi ahead of an expected product launch scheduled for year end. A range of Wi-Fi products including instant messaging, emails as well as content streaming will be made available gradually on all AirAsia flights with the AK flight code operated by AirAsia Berhad from Malaysia.
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