AirAsia X to Increase Flights Between KL and Chengdu, Melbourne and Taipei

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AirAsia X is increasing its flight frequency between Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne, Taipei, and Chengdu effective 1 May 2013.

The additional frequencies will see the current daily flights to Melbourne increase to nine flights weekly by 1 May 2013 and subsequently to twelve flights weekly by 1 July 2013.

Additional flights to AirAsia Xs current daily flights to Taipei will see the airline service ten weekly flights effective 1 May 2013, with double daily flights commencing 1 July 2013 onwards.

Flights to Chengdu, China will increase from its current five flights weekly to six flights weekly by 1 May 2013. AirAsia X will subsequently service daily flights to the land of the pandas by 1 July 2013.

AirAsia Xs CEO, Azran Osman-Rani said, AirAsia X remains focused in strengthening its network of its core markets in Australia, Japan, Korea, China, and Taiwan and the increase in flight frequencies will further solidify our position in our key markets. The additional flights will open up new prospects for commercial activities and boost tourism in the ASEAN region, Taiwan and Australia.

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