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AirAsia X to Increase KL - London Flights to Daily

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 Commencing 1 July 2009, AirAsia X will increase the frequency of its flights between London, Stansted and Kuala Lumpur to a daily service.

Since its inaugural flight in March, the low-cost long haul airline has operated five times a week between Stansted and Kuala Lumpur, but strong passenger demand has led to the introduction of a daily service less than four months after its maiden flight.

To mark the occasion, AirAsia X is offering one way fares from as low as RM499 (£149) exclusively through online booking from 21st -23rd April 2009 at airasia.com for the travel period beginning 3rd July 2009- 31 January 2010.

AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman-Rani said, “Our aim has always been to open up travel for all. The popularity of the London-KL route is further testament to the pent-up demand for long-haul travel, provided the fares are low and the quality is high. That is the combination that we at AirAsia X are offering our guests. AirAsia X is providing fares people have never seen before for these routes, and making travel more affordable and accessible. From KL people are choosing from over 122 AirAsia routes. We are also offering an affordable and alternative version of the ‘Kangaroo Route’ – all the way from London via KL to Melbourne, Perth and the Gold Coast in Australia.”

“We knew this service would be popular but to increase the frequency so soon is beyond our expectations. The best part is that these super low fares are even applicable during the peak July – August summer season. Business travellers, students and families are all taking advantage of our low fares even in these challenging economic times” Azran added.

The route is serviced by an Airbus A340-300, which has 286 seats including 30 XL seats.

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