AirAsia offers new year-end promotion
Kuala Lumpur, November 30, 2010
AirAsia has announced a new year-end promo themed 'December Holidays: Boarding Now' for its domestic and international destinations.
Some of the domestic destinations which are offered all-in from RM59 include Kuala Lumpur – Alor Setar, Kuala Lumpur – Kota Bharu, Kuala Lumpur – Penang, Kota Kinabalu – Miri and Kota Kinabalu – Tawau.
The international destinations are offered all-in from RM99 ($31) under this promo are Kuala Lumpur – Bandung, Kuala Lumpur- Krabi, Kuala Lumpur – Saigon, Kuala Lumpur – Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur – Hat Yai, Kuala Lumpur – Surabaya, Kuala Lumpur- Medan, Kuala Lumpur – Clark (Manila), Kuala Lumpur – Vientiane and Kuala Lumpur – Yogyakarta.
The booking period for this promo starts from December 1 to 7, for the travel period from December 1 to January 2, 2011.
“Unlike AirAsia’s previous promos, the 'December Holidays: Boarding Now' is special as the travel period is almost immediate,” said Kathleen Tan, regional head of Commercial, AirAsia.-TradeArabia News Service
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