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Wed, 12 August 2015

AirAsia X to Launch Sydney - Bali Flights; Promo Fares from A$119

Indonesia AirAsia X has opened sales on its second route into Australia, between Sydney and Bali (Denpasar), with the first flight from Sydney scheduled to take off on 17 October 2015.

Until 16 August 2015, or until sold out, AirAsia X is offering special fares of just A$119 one-way to Bali, with Premium flatbed seats on sale from A$399 one-way.

Indonesia AirAsia X will operate the route between Sydney and the popular Indonesian island getaway, with five flights per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Indonesia AirAsia X CEO Dendy Kurniawan, said, Were really pleased to launch this service and connect with Australias largest city. Bali has long been a favoured holiday destination for Australians and it continues to grow in popularity. Our Melbourne to Bali route has been well received and seen strong load factors so were delighted to expand connectivity with the east coast of Australia.

An Airbus A330-300 aircraft will operate the route with a seating capacity of 377. The configuration will be AirAsia Xs standard configuration of 365 economy seats and 12 Premium flatbed seats.

Sydney Airport managing director and chief executive officer Kerrie Mather said, Were looking forward to welcoming Indonesia AirAsia X to Sydney Airport, offering Bali-bound passengers greater choice and convenience. Bali remains a favourite destination for Sydneysiders, with around 276,000 passengers departing Sydney over the past 12 months. Indonesia AirAsia X also provides a welcome boost in low cost capacity servicing rapidly growing Asian markets, with considerable inbound potential for Sydney and Australia.

AirAsia X currently flies between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Gold Coast.

Indonesia AirAsia serves Bali from Perth and Darwin, whilst Indonesia AirAsia X commenced flights between Melbourne and Bali in March this year.

Thai AirAsia X Airbus A330-300 Aircraft Tour - HD (May 2014)

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