AirAsia X to Increase Flights to Australia; Fares from RM 199

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 13 April 2010

AirAsia X is to increase its flights to Australia by flying twice daily from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur - Perth effective 1st July 2010. Currently, AirAsia is servicing the routes with one daily direct flight and with these new additions AirAsia will service the routes with 14 weekly flights.

AirAsia is also increasing its frequency between Bali and Perth effective 1st June 2010 from two to three direct daily flights.

To celebrate these additional frequencies, AirAsia is offering an all-in fare of RM249 for Kuala Lumpur Melbourne and RM199 for Kuala Lumpur Perth. This offer is available for booking from today, 13 April, to 18 April 2010 for travel between Kuala Lumpur-Melbourne from 1 August 2010 to 12 February 2011 and from Kuala Lumpur Perth from 1 July 30 October 2010.

 It is an exciting phase in low cost air travel and the AirAsia group has an outstanding reputation for service, reliability and value which has been embraced by the Western Australian market, said Perth Airport CEO Brad Geatches. The announcement of increased services by AirAsia provides an outstanding opportunity for Western Australians to take advantage of low fares to Malaysia and Indonesia and to use the expansive AirAsia group network to visit great holiday, shopping and adventure travel destinations throughout south-east Asia and even on to London.

AirAsias new flatbed Premium seats, which are standard business class size and fully reclinable, feature universal power sockets, adjustable headrests and built-in personal utilities such as a tray table, drink holder, reading light and privacy screen. The seats are available on aircraft flying from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur and will be available on flights between the Gold Coast and Perth to the Malaysian capital from mid-April.

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