AirAsia X has unveiled plans to increase flights
between Kuala Lumpur and Honolulu, Hawaii via Osaka, Japan to
seven per week beginning 16 August 2018.
AirAsia X currently
operates four flights a week from Kuala Lumpur to Honolulu, Hawaii
with one-stop in Osaka, Japan.
Guests transiting in Osaka do not
require a Japanese visa during the two-hour stopover, and can
return to their seats on the flight after clearing security with
any carry-on luggage or belongings.
“Our maiden entry to Honolulu last
year with amazing low fares has stimulated demand and generated
tremendous interest from the Southeast Asia region. In less than a
year, the market has grown exponentially and we are pleased to
offer daily departing flights from Kuala Lumpur to Honolulu to
meet growing demand and provide a welcome boost for tourism in
both regions,” said AirAsia X Group Head of
Commercial, Barry Klipp. “We remain the only low cost carrier in
the world to offer 180 degree lie-flat bed which provide the best
low cost premium experience in the sky, for a similar cost of an
economy seat on a full service carrier on a similar one-stop
route. Our sale ends soon so we urge value seekers to get in quick
to avoid disappointment.”
Guests can make use of AirAsia's Fly-Thru service to connect seamlessly to Honolulu from
other cities within AirAsia and AirAsia X’s extensive flight
network with just one additional stop.
Hawaii, nicknamed the Paradise of the Pacific,
is formed by eight islands located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Famed for its stunning natural
beauty and unique indigenous culture, this tropical paradise is
the only US state located in the Oceania.
Honolulu, the capital
city, located on Hawaii’s most populous island O'ahu, is a modern
city that boasts island charms, including the world-renowned
Waikiki Beach, once the site of vacation homes for the kings and
queens of Hawaii.
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