AirAsia Increases Frequency to Hangzhou

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 10 February 2010

AirAsias long haul affiliate, AirAsia X, will be increasing its frequency to Hangzhou, the gateway of Shanghai with direct daily flights commencing 28th March 2010.

 All-in-fares are being offered from as low as RM199 (CNY568) one-way for bookings before 21 February 2010 for travel between 28 March and 30 October 2010.

With nine destinations in China under its belt including Chengdu, Tianjin (Beijing), Hangzhou (Shanghai), Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Haikou, Guilin, Hong Kong and Macau, AirAsia group has a strong route network in China. AirAsia has a combined total of 198 flights weekly to China flying from various destinations in Asean including Bangkok, Phuket, Kota Kinabalu, Penang and Kuala Lumpur. 

Kathleen Tan, Regional Head of Commercial, AirAsia said, The increased frequency is testament to the AirAsias commitment of making travel accessible and affordable to all. It will also provide both business and leisure travelers with more flexibility and greater choice to connect onto AirAsia and AirAsia Xs extensive route network across ASEAN countries and beyond. We have always positioned Hangzhou as our Eastern gateway into the Yangtze Delta region as it takes only 75 minutes from Hangzhou to Shanghai by bullet train and the inbound travellers from China can also take advantage of Kuala Lumpurs status as a gateway to Asia, Australia, Europe and beyond,

The Kuala Lumpur - Hangzhou route is serviced by Airbus A330-300, which holds 383 economy seats including 28 Premium seats which have a 60-inch seat pitch.

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