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AirAsia to Increase Melbourne - KL Flights; Fares from A$119

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AirAsia is boosting its services between Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne by offering two return flights daily on the popular route. From 2 February 2010, AirAsia will offer 14 flights per week to KL in response to increased passenger demand.

To celebrate the extra flights, AirAsia is offering fares from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur from A$119 one way. The sale runs until 22 November 2009 for travel between 2 – 28 February, 2010 and 2 – 30 July, 2010.

“With the increased frequency of flights out of Melbourne, the ability to make your own connections and through fares to destinations beyond Kuala Lumpur has never been easier,” said AirAsia X general manager Australia Darren Wright. “This increased service will not only give passengers better two-way connectivity, but will reduce transit times when connecting to further destinations and beyond including London, China and the Middle East and other routes serviced by AirAsia’s growing network.”

AirAsia currently operates 130 routes covering over 65 destinations including London, China and the Middle East.

The promotional fare quoted is only available directly through AirAsia, seats are limited, available on a first come first served basis and other terms and conditions apply.

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