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Fly from Malaysia or Singapore to any AirAsia or AirAsia X destination to stand the chance to win RM10,000 / Sin$5,000 every week. This is the latest attractive promotion from the innovative low cost airline, AirAsia.

AirAsia customers residing in Malaysia and Singapore who book seats at airasia.com or mobile.airasia.com before 26 April 2009 for travel between 5 May 2009 and 31 July 2010 stand a chance to win a RM10,000 or Sin$5,000 cash prize every week. The bookings must be for travel originating from any destination in Malaysia or Singapore and payments must be made in Malaysian ringgit or Singapore dollars.

One lucky winner will be randomly selected by the system every week and will receive RM10,000 or S$5,000, depending on the country of residence.

Kathleen Tan, AirAsia Regional Head of Commercial, said, “This is a special reward for our guests who have been supporting AirAsia all the way and made us the World’s Best Low Cost Airline, an award we received from Skytrax last week. This campaign, Cash and Fly, is the first of exciting promotions we have lined up as a way of thanking our guests who believe and voted for us and who have propelled AirAsia to the top of the assembly of low cost airlines in the world.”

“AirAsia’s RM10,000 / Sin$5,000 reward to weekly winners aims to shore up tourism and stimulate the economy. We expect this campaign to encourage travel in the region. Efforts to stimulate the economy are especially vital for Southeast Asia as the region finds ways to beat the economic crunch and bounce back to a healthier fiscal position. We are confident that AirAsia’s fantastic campaign will attract more guests to fly with us as we continue to expand our network of destinations. This cash incentive could not have come at a better time during this economic downturn,” she added.

AirAsia will award 3 winners from April 6 to 26. The airline will announce its first weekly winner this April 13 and the second and third winners on April 20 and 27, respectively.

AirAsia is also offering special fares for flights originating from Kuala Lumpur. Fares start from RM9 for flights to Langkawi, Penang, Terengganu and Singapore; from RM29 to Kuching, Vientiane, Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok, Phuket and Medan; from RM49 to Kota Kinabalu, Bali, Manado, Jakarta and Chiang Mai; and from RM99 to Clark, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Guilin and Shenzhen.

 Long-haul low-cost affiliate AirAsia X is offering fares for as low as RM99 to Perth, RM249 to Hangzhou and Tianjin, RM299 to Melbourne, and RM399 to Gold Coast. The same booking and travel periods apply.

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