AirAsia X has launched flighst between Kuala
Lumpur and the holy city of
evening flights, D7188 and D7189, will operate four times per week
on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Flights will depart Kuala Lumpur (KUL) at
19:20 to arrive in Amritsar (ATQ) at 22:30. The return flight,
D7189, is scheduled to leave ATQ at 23:45 and land back in
KL at 08:05.
Passengers from 15 cities, including Bali,
Melbourne, Sydney, Singapore and Bangkok, can connect
to Amritsar (via Kuala Lumpur) alongside existing routes to New
Delhi and Jaipur using AirAsia’s Fly-Thru service.
AirAsia X CEO,
Benyamin Ismail, said, “We are excited to bring the AirAsia
experience to Amritsar for the very first time. Amritsar is of
significant interest to tourists thanks to the Harmandir Sahib
(The Golden Temple) and the city’s numerous historic and cultural
sites. Following a recent network review, Amristar and other
cities in India were identified as being underserved from the Asia
Pacific region, particularly when it comes providing affordable
long-haul travel. We are confident the new services will prove
popular for both tourist and domestic visitors alike.”
2008, AirAsia has carried more than 19 million passengers across
21 cities in India, including more than 300,000 guests on its
long-haul network to New Delhi and Jaipur.
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