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AirAsia to Launch Flights to Danang; Promo Fares from RM 69

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 6 October 2011

AirAsia is to launch direct flights to Vietnams third largest city, Danang, from 16 December 2011. The airline will begin servicing the new route with four weekly flights departing from the LCC Terminal in Kuala Lumpur every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

To celebrate the launch, AirAsia is offering an all-in fare from RM69. Booking must be made before 12 October 2011 for travel between 16 December 2011 and 27 October 2012. AirAsia Citibank credit card holders can enjoy the even more attractive fare of RM59. The fare quoted is for one-way travel and includes airport tax and fuel surcharge, terms and conditions apply.

The new service from Kuala Lumpur will be AirAsias third destination in Vietnam after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and is the airlines seventh destination within Indochina which also includes Siem Reap, Phnom Penh (Cambodia); Vientiane (Laos) and Yangon (Myanmar).

AirAsia Berhad Regional Head of Commercial, Kathleen Tan said, We are delighted to add another great destination to our extensive network. Danang is one of the hidden gems of South East Asia and has so much to offer. From its pristine beaches to historical sites, theres surely something for travellers to enjoy. Apart from tourism, the city also serves as a shorter meeting point for local SMEs to trade within the country as it is located in central Vietnam.

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