Published on : Tuesday, November 26, 2013
The 3 million Free Seats are available for booking at www.airasia.com from today until 1st Dec 2013, and guests will be able to travel from 5 May 2014 up to 31 January 2015 with this Free Seats campaign. Seats are from 0 base fare, with applicable taxes and fees from RM26 one way.
Many domestic destinations such as Langkawi, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Bintulu, Tawau, Labuan and many others are featured in this Free Seats campaign, and will be a catalyst towards encouraging domestic travel in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2014, as there will be many international travellers who will arrive into Malaysia through the various international hubs that AirAsia operates from such as Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu.
International destinations featured in this campaign also include Singapore, Jakarta, Bandung, Bangkok, Hatyai, Surat Thani, Manila, Cebu, Phnom Penh and many others.
In conjunction with AirAsia’s free seats, AirAsia X is offering low fares on all our routes, which include newly launched destinations Nagoya, Adelaide, Male, Colombo and Busan. Guests on AirAsia X flights may book online and enjoy our prices from as low as MYR169 on economy and MYR699 on premium from Kuala Lumpur. Together with the entire AirAsia network, we are giving guest more options to fly long-haul to their preferred destination.
Siegtraund Teh, Group Chief Commercial Officer of AirAsia said, “As we continuously increase frequencies and add new routes into our network, our guests will be able to take advantage of our wide coverage in this region. Furthermore, with the introduction of 20 new city pairs for our Fly-Thru service, this is the perfect opportunity for our guests to connect from many places conveniently to their preferred destination.”
AirAsia is also introducing 20 new Fly-Thru destinations to and from domestic destinations such as Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Penang and Langkawi to international destinations across the region beginning 25 November 2013. Guests traveling from Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, China, India, Hong Kong and Macau can now connect conveniently to the various domestic wonders of Malaysia.
The Fly-Thru service enables guests to connect flights conveniently from one destination to another without the hassle of collecting their bags at any stopover transit point, as well as quick transit as the time in between the connecting flights will not exceed the ’90 minutes – 6 hours’ window. Fly-thru promotional deals are available from as low MYR269 from Kuching to Busan. Other exciting fly-thru deals include services from AirAsia X destinations such as Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Nepal, Male, Sri Lanka and Australia.
AirAsia X CEO, Azran Osman-Rani said, “We are always looking for ways to provide our guest with the lowest fares to travel long-haul, through-out the year, as this was the promise made by us when we first started in 2007. The dream of being able to experience waking up in the ever entertaining city of Sydney and going to sleep in scenic beauty of Kathmandu is now possible only at the click of a button. Together with the start of our double daily flights to Melbourne, Perth and Sydney as well as increase services to Gold Coast and Osaka, we are offering more flexible schedules for our guests,” he concluded.
AirAsiaGo, the holiday division of the world’s best low cost airline will also be offering Return Flights + Hotel Stay + Tax from as low as RM129 per person. This special deal can be booked online at www.AirAsiaGo.com from 25th November – 1st December 2013, and for the travel period within 5th May 2014 – 31st December 2014.
AirAsia’s global loyalty program, BIG is also offering redemption from 0 BIG Points one way to selected destinations throughout the Free Seats promotion from now until 1st December at www.airasiabig.com. BIG Shots (BIG members) who redeem throughout this promo period and pay with AirAsia-Citi credit cards will earn extra 200 BIG Points as well. For more information on how to sign up for BIG.
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