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AirAsia and AirAsia X Launch Big Sale Promotion

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AirAsia has launched its first Big Sale promotion of 2012 across both its and AirAsia Xs route network with all-in fares from as low as RM19 one way.

The Big Sale is from 15 19 February 2012 for travel from 11 September 2012 to 31 January 2013.

All-in-fares are from RM19 one way to domestic destinations such as Alor Setar, Penang, Langkawi, Kota Bahru while flights to East Malaysia cities such as Kuching, Bintulu, Sibu and Miri only costs from RM29 one way.

Travellers can also travel to popular destinations such as Bali, Phuket, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City from only RM49, and other picturesque destinations such as Hanoi, Danang and Siem Reap from RM89. And from RM139 one way, travellers can visit Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau, Guilin, Shenzhen, Colombo and more.

Travellers can take advantage of this Big Sale and fly long-haul with AirAsia X from as low as RM 169 one way to Japan (Osaka, Tokyo) and China (Hangzhou, Tianjin, Chengdu). Fares from as low as RM199 one way to Korea (Seoul), Taiwan (Taipei) and to the land down under (Perth, Gold Coast, Melbourne) which also includes AirAsia Xs most recent destination in Australia Sydney are also up for grabs.

Kathleen Tan, AirAsias Regional Head of Commercial said, AirAsia has been having our Big Sale for nearly six years now, with approximately one million promo seats each time. This would mean millions have enjoyed traveling with us to our extensive route network throughout the years at unbeatable low fares, which has now reached 152 routes, 23 countries and 13 hubs across Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Hong Kong (both are virtual hubs). This Big Sale offers all-in-fares from RM19 one way, and guests should not miss out on this great opportunity to plan their year-end and 2013 new year holidays, especially to some of the new destinations that we have added such as Semarang, Surat Thani and Chongqing.

Guests are strongly encouraged to book their value-added services such as Baggage Supersize, Hot Seats, Pick-A-Seat, AirAsia Insure and inflight meals online together with their flights as they are able to save up to 30%.

At AirAsia, we understand that the Big Sale is an anticipated event by all our guests, and this time around, we have one million seats on sale to all the destinations that we fly to as a group across all four airlines (Thai AirAsia, AirAsia Indonesia, Malaysia AirAsia and AirAsia X). Seats will be snapped up like hot cakes, as there is something for everyone. It doesnt matter if you are a golfer, history buff, foodie, diver, beach bum, shopaholic or just planning a business trip, there is an AirAsia destination for you, added Kathleen Tan.

For traveller who are looking for immediate travel in the next few months, AirAsia is also running a 2 To Go promotion to destinations such as Hangzhou, Chengdu, Tianjin, Singapore, Colombo, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Yogyakarta, Penang and many more with all-in-fares for two persons from as low as RM78 one way.

AirAsia X is also offering special promo fares for immediate travel from RM199 one way to destinations in Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and many more.

Both of the promotions booking period are from 15 26 February 2012 for travel between 22 February 30 April 2012.

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