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Japanese holidaymakers now have an additional—and more affordable—option for getting to Indonesia’s favorite holiday island.
AirAsia X will soon fly nonstop between Kuala Lumpur and Mauritius, with a Premium Flatbed cabin on board.
The low-cost subsidiary of AirAsia now flies four times weekly between KL and Delhi, which it hasn't serviced for four years.
Travelers from Yangon can now enjoy easier access to Penang and other destinations within AirAsia's expansive network in the region.
AirAsia's new mobile application makes it even easier for passengers to manage their travels.
AirAsia makes it possible to travel throughout Asean with one easy payment system.
The budget airline has begun testing in-flight Wi-Fi that will launch fleet-wide by the end of this year.
AirAsia X now flies to Xi'an with four weekly flights from its Kuala Lumpur headquarters.
AirAsia X has announced a new flight to Nagoya, Japan beginning in March 2014 with special rates.