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AirAsia X, the Malaysian based long haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia will increase its flight frequency to Tokyo (Haneda), Japan from its current three flights to six flights weekly effective from 23 March, 2012. From 22 June, 2012, AirAsia X will operate daily flights from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal in Kuala Lumpur to the Japanese capital. In addition, AirAsia X currently flies four times weekly to Osaka (Kansai). The increase in frequency is part of the airline's realignment plan...
AirAsia X is withdrawing its services to India (Mumbai and Delhi) and Europe (London and Paris) from its hub at Kuala Lumpur, as part of its network realignment. The long haul, low fair affiliate of Air Asia has blamed falling demand in Europe, the high oil price and the added costs of UK Air Passenger Duty (APD) and the European emissions trading scheme (ETS) for its decision to pull out of Europe. Meanwhile it blamed visa restrictions for travel between India and Malaysia and increased...
AirAsia X, the Malaysian based long-haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia has once again exceeded expectations by flying over 5 million guests to date since its first flight in November 2007. To commemorate this achievement, AirAsia X will be having a special promotion offering low, all-in fares starting 4 July 2011 across its network (excluding Tehran) from Kuala Lumpur. With the special promotion, guests can opt to discover the oriental treasures in Asia by flying to China (Hangzhou, Tianjin,...