Asia's largest budget carrier AirAsia will start flying in India from June 12 with a new no-frills airline, its group chief executive said yesterday.
Malaysia-based AirAsia won approval from India's regulators in March las
Malaysia-based AirAsia X, the long-haul, low fare airline, carried around 640,000 passengers in the third quarter of 2012, representing growth of 40.7 per cent over the same quarter in 2011 for continuing routes.
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Some airlines give away a few free seats, others a few vouchers. But AirAsia X says it is going where no airline has gone before and is giving away an entire plane.
The low cost carrier is giving one lucky AirAsia Australia’s Facebook fan
Airbus has won a record-breaking order for 200 of its A320neo jets from AirAsia, capping a week where it has trounced rival Boeing in the fierce competition for plane contracts.
The massive contract is a show of force from Europe's Air
Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia is offering one million free seats to major destinations across its extensive network of over 130 routes linking 20 countries including India, Singapore, Philippines and China.
Under the Free Seat promo, pa
AirAsia, one of the largest low-cost carrier in Asia, said it has launched Kochi-Kuala Lumpur flights in line with its plans to boost India operations.
Air Asia, which services the most extensive route network in South East Asia with over
AirAsia, Skytrax ‘world’s best low-cost airline’, recently celebrated its five times weekly direct flights between the two cities of Abu Dhabi and Kuala Lumpur.
In conjunction with the inaugural flight celebration, AirAsia is offering free