Fri, 29 April 2016

AirAsia X to Increase Frequencies to 8 Destinations

[HD video below] AirAsia X has unveiled plans to increase frequencies to eight destinations including Melbourne, Sydney and Perth in Australia.

 In the next few months, flight frequencies will be increased between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Melbourne (to 14x weekly flights), Sydney (to 11x weekly) and Perth (to 14x weekly).

 They join increases to Osaka (to 9x weekly), Sapporo (to 5x weekly), Beijing (to 11x weekly), Shanghai (to 11x weekly) and Taipei (to 14x weekly) from Kuala Lumpur.

To coincide with the increase in frequencies AirAsia has launched a sale for all AirAsia X flights (flight code D7) with low fares available to Kuala Lumpur from Perth from A$149, Melbourne from A$239, Sydney from A$249, and Gold Coast from A$269.

Fares between Auckland and Gold Coast are on sale from NZ$119 and from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur priced from NZ$329.

AirAsia Xs award-winning Premium Flatbeds are also on sale to Kuala Lumpur from Perth from A$469 and Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast from A$699.

Premium Flatbed fares between Auckland and Gold Coast are on sale from NZ$250 and from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur priced from NZ$799.

The travel period is from now until 24 November 2016. Terms and conditions apply.

Arik Kumar De, Head of Commercial for AirAsia X Berhad said, As the pioneer for low cost long-haul travel, we are pleased to offer our guests greater value with additional flight options to selected destinations. Our guests can now enjoy more flexibility in their travel plans for the coming few months through the added flight frequencies which will be an added convenience factor.

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