AirAsia X Launches Take a Break Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 5 June 2012

AirAsia X has launched a Take a Break promotion which features fares from as low as MYR 349 to Japan, MYR 389 to Taiwan,  MYR 399 to Australia, China from MYR 419 or Seoul, Korea from MYR 489 from Kuala Lumpur.

The Take a Break promotional fares are available for online bookings from until 17 June, 2012 for travel between 1 July 2012 and 27 October 2012. Terms and conditions apply.

Azran Osman-Rani, CEO of AirAsia X said, AirAsia Xs continuous affordable fares and equal quality service will allow us to further increase travel demand throughout the festive and holiday seasons. For those who opt for a quieter holiday period, this is also a good time for anyone to take a break and plan their travel during the less hectic season of the year. Theres no better way to unwind and discover the unique cultures and sights which AirAsia X has to offer.

AirAsia X long haul Fly-thru destinations on promotion in conjunction with the Take A Break Campaign include destinations from Australia (Perth) to Osaka, Japan from A$289 and from A$389 from Australia (Melbourne, Gold Coast) to Seoul, Korea.

Travellers from Taiwan (Taipei) can also take this opportunity to Fly-thru to Perth, Australia from as low as TW$ 8990.

Also available are fly-thru services from Australia, China, Japan, Korea and Taipei to AirAsia destinations in Thailand, Indonesia, China, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Macau. The Flu-thru service allows passengers to purchase two flight sectors with seamless transit via Kuala Lumpur.

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