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AirAsia to increase Frequency between KL and Macau with Fares from RM 49.99

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 19 December 2006

Effective 26 December 2006, AirAsia will commence its third daily flight to Macau from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in Kuala Lumpur.

AirAsia is dedicating Airbus A320s for the Kuala Lumpur-Macau route, which has a bigger capacity than Boeing 737s. AirAsia's Airbus A320 has a capacity of 180 seats, an additional 32 seats compared to its Boeing 737. The airline is currently in the progress of phasing out the Boeing 737 aircraft and replacing them with an all new Airbus A320 fleet.

Kathleen Tan, Executive Vice President - Commercial, AirAsia Berhad, said, The response towards this route has been phenomenal which has prompted us to add the third frequency to this city of entertainment. With new aircraft being delivered to us every month, it is an obvious choice for us to allocate an Airbus for this route to cope with the demand. In fact, we flew many Malaysians and tourists to Macau to watch the Macau Grand Prix which took place last month.

In view of Visit Malaysia Year 2007, we also hope to carry more guests to Kuala Lumpur. Our Macau flights are very popular among tourists connecting from Southern China, Hong Kong and Macau to Kuala Lumpur. It is certainly an apt timing for us to introduce the third flight now.

Notoriously known for its low fares, AirAsia is offering a promotional fare starting from RM49.99 for the third Kuala Lumpur-Macau flight. The booking period to enjoy this special fare is open from until 22 December 2006 for travel between 26 December 2006 and 24 March 2007.

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