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AirAsia launches F(r)ee Seats Promotion on Flights to Langkawi, Penang and KL

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 28 April 2009

AirAsia has launched a f(r)ee seats promotion on flights between Singapore-Langkawi and Penang-Singapore.

These two new routes will begin on 1 June 2009 with daily services. The f(r)ee seats deal is available online via AirAsias website until 3 May 2009 for travel between 1 June 2009 and 31 January 2010.

Alongside the new routes, the airline is increasing its frequency from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, bringing the total frequency to 8 direct daily flights from the current 7. The added frequency will also commence operations on 1 June 2009, with f(r)ee seats on offer to mark its initiation.

AirAsia Regional Head of Commercial, Kathleen Tan said, By opening up these routes, we are looking forward to stimulate more travel and tourism activities which will definitely benefit the country's economy. Langkawi is a beautiful island with many interesting spots to visit and activities to indulge in, while Penang is a destination well known for its gastronomic delights and diverse culture. Direct flight to these islands will offer more choices in holiday destinations for the Singaporean public, and our low fares will definitely be the utmost reason for them to visit new locations in Malaysia. We always remain bullish that our low fares will help to stimulate and induce new travel demand, and will help boost tourism potential on both ends.

The free seats promotion excludes airport tax, admin fees and are applicable one-way only. For Singaporean guests, the offer will feature an all-in-fare of Sin$39.

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