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Mon, 5 October 2015

AirAsia X Launches Kuala Lumpur - Sapporo Flights

AirAsia X has launched flights between Kuala Lumpur and the Japanese city of Sapporo.

Flights to the New Chitose International Airport are the airlines 3rd destination in Japan, after Tokyo-Haneda and Osaka-Kansai from Kuala Lumpur.

To celebrate the launch, AirAsia X is offering promotional all-in-fares from RM349 one way for standard seats or RM1,299 one way for the Premium Flatbed seats. These promotional fares are available for online booking until 18 October 2015 for travel before 3 January 2016.

Benyamin Ismail, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X Berhad, said, Japan is one of our core markets in the Asia Pacific region and we are very proud to introduce another unique route connecting Kuala Lumpur directly into Northern Japan. The healthy load factor of 90% for our inaugural flight and the growing forward bookings we have received gives us confidence that this route will thrive. We are proud to be the connection between both cities and look forward to work together with all relevant parties to draw in connecting passengers from all over Asia, Australia and beyond into Sapporo.

Guests can also make use of the optional Fly-Thru service to connect to flights via the AirAsia Groups multiple transit hubs with their baggage checked-through to the final destination without the hassle of immigration clearance at the transit hub.

With the optional Fly-Thru service, guests can now travel to Sapporo seamlessly from most cities, such as from Indonesia (Bandung, Bali, Jakarta, Medan, Kuala Namu, Surabaya), Singapore and Australia (Melbourne, Gold Coast, Sydney) to Sapporo through Kuala Lumpur.

See also: HD Video Tour of Thai AirAsia X's Airbus A330-300 Aircraft.

AirAsia, AirAsia X, KL, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sapporo, Japan

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