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Mon, 9 Sep 2019

Thai AirAsia X Welcomes First Two Airbus A330neos

Thai AirAsia X has officially welcomed its first two Airbus A330neos.

The two aircraft, registration numbers HS-XJA and HS-XJB, will be based at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok and and will operate scheduled services to key destinations throughout Asia Pacific, facilitating growth of AirAsia’s long-haul operations from Thailand.

AirAsia's two A330neos are configured with 12 Premium Flatbeds and 365 standard seats.

In addition to better economics for the airline, the new aircraft features more personal space for passengers, larger cabin storage, ambient mood lighting, power sockets in every seat and the quietest cabin in its class.

Thai AirAsia X has officially welcomed its first two Airbus A330neos. The two aircraft, registration numbers HS-XJA and HS-XJB, will be based at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok and and will operate scheduled services to key destinations throughout Asia Pacific, facilitating growth of AirAsia’s long-haul operations from Thailand. Click to enlarge.

“Not only does this new generation aircraft deliver significant cost benefits which we can pass on to our guests, in the form of great value fares, but it also unlocks exciting network expansion opportunities and enhances the guest experience with numerous modifications and features,” said AirAsia X Group CEO, Nadda Buranasiri. “We remain committed to taking full advantage of this revolutionary aircraft as we look forward to offering the best value and comfort for long haul air travel. AirAsia X Thailand currently operates 12 aircraft and targets to receive 2 more by the end of this year. From next year onwards, we will receive an all-Airbus A330neo fleet.”

The A330neo will be initially deployed on existing long-haul routes from Bangkok operated by Thai AirAsia X (carrier code: XJ), including to markets such as Japan, Australia, China and South Korea.

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