FUKUOKA – AirAsia has touched down in Fukuoka (Japan), marking the only direct service in operation from Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. Fukuoka joins an ever-growing list of long-haul destinations for AirAsia, with the airline announcing it would operate four times a week between Kuala Lumpur and Kyushu’s largest city. AirAsia X Malaysia CEO Benyamin Ismail said, “Welcome to Fukuoka, our very first destination on Japan’s southernmost island, Kyushu.” “More than 156,000 seats per year will be available on this new route, providing guests with the opportunity to book low-cost travel to yet another amazing destination in Japan.” Since launching flights from Malaysia to Japan in 2010, AirAsia has flown more than 6.5 million passengers between the two countries. Today, the airline operates […]
AirAsia’s service from Singapore to Ipoh took off today, strengthening connectivity to the Bougainvillea City. The flight departed Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 at 11:40am and arrived at Sultan Azlan Shah Airport in Ipoh at 1.00pm.
AirAsia has been named the World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline for the sixth year running at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final. AirAsia emerged top in the category after receiving the most votes from travellers and industry executives, ahead of Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, Ryanair, easyJet, Jetstar Airways, Norwegian Air, West Air, flydubai, Air Arabia, flynas, and fastjet.
AirAsia X today announced the launch of an exclusive direct route connecting Kuala Lumpur with Fukuoka, Japan today. The four times weekly service set to commence on 28 February 2019, will be the airline group’s fifth destination in Japan and fourth route from Kuala Lumpur, strengthening Malaysia – Japan bilateral ties while stimulating local trade and tourism growth.
AirAsia is launching Ipoh-Singapore, its first international route from the Bougainvillea City starting 2 December 2018. The four times weekly direct flights from Ipoh to Singapore marks AirAsia Malaysia’s second route from the capital of the Silver State after it launched the Ipoh-Johor Bahru route on 1 October 2018.
AirAsia will further its expansion into China with the announcement of an exclusive direct service between Kuala Lumpur and Tianjin, connecting the coastal city in China of more than 15 million people with Southeast Asia and beyond from 2 December 2018.
SEPANG, 14 August 2018 – AirAsia further strengthens Kota Kinabalu hub with the launch of new direct route to Macao, China. The four weekly flights will commence on 2 November 2018. Best known globally as ‘The Vegas of Asia’, Macao is a vibrant city offering 25 world historical heritages. The city blends Portuguese culture with traditional Chinese traits, making it a unique destination to visit. Spencer Lee, AirAsia Malaysia Head of Commercial said, “Kota Kinabalu is one of our largest hubs after Kuala Lumpur and we are committed to grow it further by expanding our network to more local and international cities. We recently launched direct flight from Kota Kinabalu to Bangkok, and we are delighted to connect Sabahan to Macao and […]