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AirAsia celebrates 30 Million Passengers with 500,000 Seats Promotion

Travel News Asia Wednesday, 7 March 2007

The AirAsia Group which comprises AirAsia Berhad, Thai AirAsia and Indonesia AirAsia, has carried over 30 million guests to date. To celebrate AirAsia has launched The Grand Sale, the airlines latest promotion with fares as low as RM30.

Barely in its 5th year, AirAsias achievement of recording 30 million guests will see the airline moving ahead to drive passenger loads by further stimulating travel with a total of 500,000 seats allocated in this latest promotion. The 30 millionth passenger mark was reached in February 2007. Last year, the airline crossed the 20 millionth mark in June 2006.

Kathleen Tan, Executive Vice President Commercial, AirAsia, said, We are delighted to record this significant achievement. The promotion is our invitation to everyone to celebrate this achievement with us. AirAsia guests have continuously exhibited high demand for low fares which is now stronger than ever and the 30 million passengers is a testament that low fare rules.

Guests can take advantage of this latest promotion to fly to AirAsias international destinations including Jakarta, Bali and Bandung for fares starting from only RM30 with fares to Bangkok, Macau (Hong Kong, Zhuhai, Guang Zhou), Hanoi, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and Clark (Manila) also from RM30.

The booking period runs until 18 March 2007, with the travel period from 1 July to 30 September 2007.

Fares quoted exclude airport taxes, fuel surcharges and fees, and are applicable for one-way travel only.

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