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AirAsia X Launches Promotion

Sep 06 (Thu ), 2012

AirAsia X Launches Promotion

AirAsia X is offering fares from as low as MYR349 to Japan (Osaka, Tokyo) and MYR 369 to Australia (Perth, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Sydney) in conjunction with the MotoGP races which will be held in Japan and Australia in October 2012.
 AirAsia X’s special fares will also take you from Kuala Lumpur to China (Beijing, Hangzhou, Chengdu) from as low as MYR349 and Taiwan (Taipei) from as low as MYR449.

The discounted fares are available until 9 September, 2012 for immediate travel until 15 November 2012. Terms and conditions apply.

Azran Osman-Rani, CEO of AirAsia X said, “In conjunction with the MotoGP, AirAsia X is offering low fare deals for sports enthusiasts to affordably travel with us to witness the MotoGP races in Tokyo and Melbourne live! And, as an icing on the cake, we are extending this awesome deals across our other destinations in Australia, including China, and Taiwan.”

AirAsia X long haul Fly-thru destinations on offer in conjunction with the awesome deals include destinations from Australia (Perth, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Sydney) to Japan (Osaka, Tokyo) and Taiwan (Taipei) from as low as A$289 and vice versa.

Also available are our fly-thru service from Australia, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan to AirAsia popular destinations in Thailand, Indonesia, China, Singapore, Indochina, Hong Kong, and Macau. The Fly-thru service allows passengers to purchase two flight sectors with transit via Kuala Lumpur seamlessly.

Azran added, “We will continuously improve our products and services to meet guests’ expectations and comfort. Our most recent ancillary offerings include our new inflight entertainment system - the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which features the latest Hollywood movies, games, digital magazines and music all with lifelike sound and excellent screen quality. Guests may pre-book online for extra savings or purchase the tab onboard our flights.”