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AirAsia Celebrates 200 Million Passengers with Promotion

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AirAsia is celebrating 200 million passengers flown with a promotion on fares to international and domestic destinations until 22 September 2013 (2359hrs GMT+8).

International destinations including from Hong Kong to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Bangkok, Phuket, one-way/round trip from HK$502/878; domestic destinations such as from Kuala Lumpur/Bangkok to Langkawi/Chiang Mai/Krabi/Surat Thani (Koh Samui)/Tawau from as low as HK$66/140 are included in the big sale.

AirAsia Celebrates 200 Million Passengers with Promotion. Click to Enlarge

AirAsia Celebrates 200 Million Passengers with Promotion. Click to Enlarge.

AirAsia X, the long haul low fare affiliate of AirAsia is also offering promotional fares in conjunction with the big sale campaign with one-way and round trip fare (both all-in) from as low as HK$ 1,387 and HK$ 3,434 to Australia (Melbourne, Perth, and Gold Coast).

The travel period for this campaign is from 7 January 5 August 2014.

Siegtraund Teh, Group Chief Commercial Officer of AirAsia said, We celebrated our 100 millionth guests flown in October 2010, and it is unbelievable that we have doubled that number in barely 3 years. Surpassing that 200 million guests milestone is a proud moment and we would like to thank all our guests for their support towards the AirAsia mission of Now Everyone Can Fly. We hope all our guests will enjoy the big sale that we are offering and take advantage of the additional frequencies & new routes that we have added to our network which spans across 85 destinations in 20 countries.

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