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AirAsia X Launches Flights to Osaka, Japan

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AirAsia X has launched flights between Kuala Lumpur and Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan.

 The Kuala Lumpur Osaka route is AirAsia Xs sixteenth destination to date, and its second destination in Japan after Tokyo. The airline will fly 4 times per week flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Brand affinity for the AirAsia X brand remains at an all time high, with demand also returning to pre-tsunami levels. We are grateful for the enthusiastic response we are receiving from the people of Osaka and will continue to be here for a long time to come, said Azran Osman-Rani, Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia X. The route would be a strong feeder for our guests intending to connect onwards either domestically or internationally from Osaka. Similarly, guests from Japan and surrounding regions would be able to fly into Kuala Lumpur hub and connect onwards to AirAsias extensive network of over 165 routes in South East Asia and beyond.

To coincide with the opening of Osaka, AirAsia X is offering special introductory all-in fares from as low as RM199 for one way economy and an all in one way fare from as low as RM599 on its Premium fly flat beds from Kuala Lumpur to Osaka for online bookings from 1 to 11 December, 2011 for immediate travel from 1 December 2011 to 31 March, 2012. Also available are promotional Fly-Thru fares from Osaka to Australia, France, and New Zealand. Terma and conditions apply.

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