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AirAsia celebrates 200 million passengers with 2 million promo seats!

September 18, 2013 Airfare Deals No Comments Email Email

The world’s best low cost airline AirAsia is celebrating carrying 200 million passengers by putting 2 million seats on sale across its entire network from just $10* one way.

All AirAsia and AirAsia X destinations are up for grabs at ultra-low prices including Kuala Lumpur, Phuket, Bangkok,Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh, Tokyo, Penang and Osaka. 

004 A330-300 AirAsia XThe sale runs from 17 to 22 September with fares available for travel between 7 January and 5 August 2014.

“We celebrated our 100 millionth guest in October 2010 and to have doubled that number in barely three years is an impressive feat,” AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman-Rani said.

“Reaching the 200 million guest milestone is a proud moment and we would like to thank all our guests for supporting AirAsia and its mantra of ‘Now Everyone Can Fly’.

“We hope all our guests enjoy the ultra-low fares that we are offering through these 2 million promo seats, and take advantage of the additional frequencies and new routes that we have added to our network.”

Grab a low fare to AirAsia’s hub in Kuala Lumpur from Adelaide from just $169*; Perth from $199*; Melbourne and Gold Coast from $219*; and Sydney from $229* one way.

From Kuala Lumpur, fly on to a wide range of destinations including PenangLangkawiKota BharuJohor Bahru andKuala Terengganu from $10*; Jakarta from $23*; Krabi and Surat Thani (Koh Samui) from $26*; Vientiane from $48*;Bali from $53*; Chiang Mai from $65*; and Lombok from $70* one way.

Direct flights to Australia’s favourite playground, Bali, are available from Perth and Darwin from just $120* one way.

Incredible deals are also available on Fly-Thru routes which allow guests to easily connect between two different flights via the Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal without having to check in twice.

From Adelaide, use the service to fly to LangkawiPenang and Singapore from $209*; Bangkok from $219*; Phuket,Osaka and Ho Chi Minh from $229*; and Bali from $239* one way.

From Melbourne, fly to LangkawiPenang and Singapore from $249*; Bangkok and Phuket from $259*; Ho Chi Minhfrom $269*; Bali and Hong Kong from $279*; and Tokyo from $299* one way.

Fly from the Gold Coast one way to Langkawi and Penang from $249*; BangkokPhuket and Phnom Penh from $259*;Ho Chi Minh from $269*; and Bali and Hong Kong from $279*.

From Sydney, take off one way to Singapore from $249*; Kota Kinabalu and Langkawi from $259*; Bangkok andPhuket from $269*; Ho Chi Minh from $279*; and Bali and Osaka from $289*.

Great fares are available from Perth to Penang and Singapore from $229*; BangkokPhuket and Phnom Penh from$239*; Ho Chi Minh from $249*; and Hong Kong and Osaka from $259* one way.

“With the convenience of our Fly-Thru flights, guests departing from all Australian ports can connect seamlessly to over 85 destinations across the AirAsia network,” AirAsia X Head of International Marketing Stuart Myerscough said.

“These are our lowest fares so now is the time to book that trip you’ve been thinking about, whether it’s a beach break in beautiful Bali or Phuket, a shopping holiday in Tokyo or Singapore or an adventure experience in Kota Kinabalu.”

AirAsia X is boosting its frequencies with twice daily flights to Kuala Lumpur set to begin from Melbourne on 1 October; and Sydney and Perth on 25 November.

AirAsia X also recently announced its entry into Adelaide, with four weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur set to begin October 31and a return to seven flights a week on the Gold Coast.

Those looking to fly to their next holiday destination in a little more style can choose AirAsia X’s Premium flatbed seats, which have standard business class specifications of 20” width, 60” pitch and stretch out to 77” in full recline position.

The Premium flatbeds feature universal power sockets, adjustable headrests and built-in personal utilities such as tray table, drink holder, reading light and privacy screen. Premium seat guests also enjoy premium complimentary products and services including Pick A Seat, Priority Check-in, Priority Boarding, Priority Baggage, 25kg Baggage Allowance, Complimentary Meal and Pillow & Duvet.

Yearning for a more peaceful flight? Then try out the new Quiet Zone between rows 7 to 14 directly behind premium class, which is reserved for guests aged 12 and above on AirAsia X long-haul flights.

AirAsia X was named the World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Seat and the World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Class titles at the recent 2013 Skytrax World Airline Awards. The AirAsia Group also received its fifth consecutive year title as the World’s Best and Asia’s Best Low Cost Airline at the awards.

For bookings or further information visit Flights and fares are subject to availability.

Travellers can also log onto AirAsia’s one-stop travel portal at which offers a range of more than 80,000 three-star, five-star and boutique hotels to choose from.

* Flights and fares are subject to availability. Availability of connecting flights are subject to timings of the individual flights. Seats are limited and not available on all flights/days or at peak periods. Fares include airport taxes & surcharges. Processing fee is applicable for online bookings made by credit, debit or charge card. Fees apply for checked baggage except on Premium Flat Bed fares. Other terms and conditions apply. Booking period 17 September 2013 – 22 September 2013, or until sold out. Travel period 7 January 2014 –5 August 2014. Lowest possible sale fares are one-way online at Next best possible fare available via phone with additional $25 service fee. All amounts are in Australian dollars unless stated otherwise.

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