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AirAsia Launches ex-Australia Promotion

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AirAsia has launched a selection of promotional fares from Perth, Sydney, Gold Coast and Melbourne to a variety of exciting destinations across Asia including Phuket and Bangkok.

The sale runs until 25 March 2012 for travel between 1 June 2012 to 30 September 2012, and includes one-way economy Fly Thru deals from: Sydney and Melbourne to destinations like Singapore from A$289; Phuket from A$319; Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok from A$329; and Bali from A$339.

Travel to Japan from Sydney to Osaka is on sale from A$379.

Melbourne to Hong Kong is on sale from A$269; to Hangzhou (Shanghai) and Chengdu from A$369; Seoul and Taipei from A$379; and to Tokyo from A$399.

Sale fares from the Gold Coast to Singapore are from A$299; Phuket from A$329; Bali from A$349; Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh city from A$339; Hong Kong from A$369; Seoul, Chengdu and Hangzhou (Shanghai) from A$389.

Fares from Perth to destinations like Singapore are from A$199; Phuket from A$229; Ho Chi Minh city and Bangkok from A$239; Hong Kong from A$269; Hangzhou (Shanghai) from A$279; and Osaka and Taipei from A$289.

One-way fares to AirAsia’s main hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, start from Perth from just A$159; Sydney and Melbourne from A$249 and from Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur from A$259.

“While your mates will be rugged up over winter, you could be sipping a cocktail on a beach in Phuket, slurping a bowl of pho soup from an outdoor café in Ho Chi Minh or strolling through the stunning gardens of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace,” said AirAsia Australia marketing manager, Stuart Myerscough. “Travel through Asia has never been more affordable and the AirAsia network has an amazing array of Asian destinations to explore.”

From June, the airline will add two additional weekly flights from Perth to Kuala Lumpur, taking the total number of flights per week to nine.

“Perth has been one of our best supported routes so we are delighted to be able to increase frequency to our hub in Kuala Lumpur,” Mr Myerscough said. “From there, guests can fly on to a huge range of other destinations including Penang, Langkawi, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Hanoi, Chiang Mai and Krabi.”

AirAsia’s Fly Thru service allows passengers to easily transit and connect between two different flights via the Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal without having to worry about checking-in twice.

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