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AirAsia and AirAsia X introduce 139 new Fly-Thru routes!

July 14, 2014 Aviation No Comments Email Email

AirAsia and AirAsia X introduce 139 brand new Fly-Thru routes, making flying on multiple-city flights a seamless travel experience without the hassle of numerous check-ins, transit visas or multiple baggage transfers.

Effective immediately, AirAsia / AirAsia X Fly-Thru guests will receive an onward flight boarding pass from the first point of embarkation and will be allowed to bypass immigration clearance at the airline’s Fly-Thru hubs—Kuala Lumpur (klia2) or Bangkok-Don Mueang (DMK)—with all check-in baggage tagged for automatic transfer to the consecutive flight, all the way to the final destination.

With these brand new routes, AirAsia guests could enjoy more than 700 Fly-Thru routes, via the airline’s Fly-Thru hubs in Kuala Lumpur (klia2) and Bangkok-Don Mueang (DMK), with the initial and consecutive flights’ connecting time of between 90 minutes to six hoursimage003

Among popular AirAsia and AirAsia X Fly-Thru routes includes Phuket – MelbournePhuket – SydneyMelbourne – Ho Chi Minh CityBangkok-Don Mueang – MelbourneBangkok-Don Mueang – Osaka-KansaiJakarta – Tokyo-HanedaAdelaide – Phuketand many more.

In Malaysia, Fly-Thru routes include Penang – TaipeiKota Kinabalu – BeijingKuching – MelbourneLangkawi – Melbourne and others. For a complete list of routes where Fly Thru is available, visit AirAsia’s website at www.airasia.com.

AirAsia Berhad CEO Aireen Omar said, “The Fly-Thru service reflects our continuous effort to innovate and enhance our service offerings, presenting utmost convenience to our guests and making multiple-city flights easier and more efficient. Fly-Thru also allows guests to leverage on the strength of our network and connectivity to various destinations in Asean and beyond.

“While creativity and effectiveness continue to drive AirAsia forward, we will also continue to pursue innovative approaches and platforms to make air travel simpler and convenient while providing the best service experience to all our guests.”

Azran Osman-Rani, CEO of AirAsia X Berhad added, “With the convenience of our Fly-Thru flights, guests from our long haul network and that of the AirAsia Group may connect seamlessly to over 85 destinations across the Group’s network. The hassle free travel experience will indeed open up new horizons for commercial activities and boost tourism in the Asean region. In time, we hope to provide a world class flying experience to our guests and will continue to expand further across the Asia Pacific region so that everyone can fly X-tra long to their dream destinations.”

Fly-Thru is available to guests travelling on selected AirAsia and all AirAsia X flights transiting through Kuala Lumpur (klia2) or Bangkok-Don Mueang (DMK), With Fly-Thru, guests can connect to their next flight without the need for immigration clearance or a transit visa in Malaysia or Thailand. Upon arrival at AirAsia’s Fly-Thru hub guests will be given access to the transfer hall which is connected to the departure hall and issued with a subsequent flight boarding pass.

The service also eliminates the need to re-check-in luggage all the way through to the final disembarkation point.

Fly-Thru guests are also able to enjoy guaranteed connection. In the event delays caused by the airline results in the missing of consecutive flights, AirAsia will automatically accommodate affected Fly-Thru passengers on the next available flight without any additional charges.

Stay tuned to AirAsia’s Twitter (www.twitter.com/AirAsia) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/AirAsia) for updates on latest promotions, activities and AirAsia news.

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