Air Asia introduces new campaign
Sepang, June 4, 2012
AirAsia X’s has introduced its Take a Break promotional campaign, allowing guests to take a break and plan their dream holiday across selected AirAsia destinations during festive, holiday, and off-peak seasons; making travel accessible for everyone at any time of the year.
The campaign includes fares from MYR 349 ($109.09) to Osaka and Tokyo in Japan, where guests can join the summer festival celebrations like the Bon Festival which takes place from July to August annually.
Other destinations on offer include fares from MYR 389 ($121.52) to Taipei in Taiwan, where guests can indulge in the popular Taiwanese street food and endless shopping options, or experience the Taiwanese Hot Spring culture.
Fares to visit Perth, Sydney, Gold Coast and Melbourne in Australia start from MYR 399 ($124.58) and from MYR 419 ($130.8) to Chengdu and Hangzhou in China.
Guests can also discover the ancient temples and the great palaces of Seoul Korea for MYR 489 ($152.68) from Kuala Lumpur.
The Take a Break promotional fares are available for online booking from June 4 to 17, for the travel period between July 1 and October 27.
Azran Osman-Rani, CEO of AirAsia X said, “AirAsia X’s continuous affordable fares and equal quality service will allow us to further increase travel demand throughout the festive and holiday seasons. For those who opt for a quieter holiday period, this is also a good time for anyone to take a break and plan their travel during the less hectic season of the year. There’s no better way to unwind and discover the unique cultures and sights which AirAsia X has to offer.”
“Guests can also take our connecting flights (Fly-thru) from one long-haul destination to the other or travel to multiple destinations in South East Asia and beyond. With AirAsia’s affordable fares, guests now have the privilege to discover the ancient monuments in Borobudur Central Java, Indonesia and move on to Bangkok City with its pulsating nightlife and end their adventure with a relaxing beach holiday in Sabah, Malaysia from AirAsia X’s long-haul destinations in Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea and Australia.”
“Also available are our fly-thru service from Australia, China, Japan, Korea and Taipei to AirAsia popular destinations in Thailand, Indonesia, China, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Macau,” Osman-Rani added.
The Fly-thru service allows passengers to purchase two flight sectors with transit via Kuala Lumpur seamlessly.
For guests who prefer to travel with extra comfort can opt for the premium flatbeds which features 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, 20kg baggage allowance. – TradeArabia News Service
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