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AirAsia to Launch Singapore - Makassar Flights

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AirAsia will launch Singapore - Makassar flights on 1 July 2013.

The new route will operate four times weekly on brand new AirAsia Airbus A320, with a capacity of 180 seats.

In conjunction with the new route launch, AirAsia is offering promotional fares from as low as Sin$65 to Makassar, direct from Singapore one way. The discounted fares are available for booking until 16 June 2013, for travel between 1 July 2013 to 15 August 2013. Terms and conditions apply.

Logan Velaitham, CEO of AirAsia in Singapore, said, With the addition of the SingaporeMakassar route, AirAsia now flies direct to six Indonesian cities in total including Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Bali and Semarang which brings us to 15 direct routes overall from Singapore to the region. It is a milestone for us because it further reinstates our commitment to expand our reach into Indonesia. Our strong track record in passengers flown so far has proven that Indonesia is a strong market for us and we look forward to signing up more direct routes there to meet our customers demands.

Located at the east of Indonesia, Makassar offers exotic marine tourism and a wide range of affordable seafood and local delicacies for foodies. The city also has the first indoor theme park in South East Asia named Trans Studio. The capital city of South Sulawesi is also a dominant trading center for Eastern Indonesia and frequented mostly by business travellers.

AirAsia, Singapore, Makassar, Indonesia

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