Air Asia offers million free seats
Sepang, May 17, 2010
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, passengers can book their seats from May 18 to 23 for the travel period from January 3 to May 8, 2011, said an Air Asia statement.
Promotional seats are limited and available on first-come, first-served basis and made exclusively online via www.airasia.com and mobile.airasia.com, the statement added.
The Free Seats promo offers all-in fare from as low as RM6 ($1.85) for one way travel only inclusive of airport tax. Guests will only have to pay the airport tax from Kuala Lumpur to destinations such as Johor Bahru, Alor Setar, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Langkawi, Penang and others, the airline said.
The international routes are expected to be snapped up quickly as the Free Seats promo offers an all-in fare from as low as RM25, said top official.
Kathleen Tan, Regional Head of Commercial, AirAsia said: “We have received many enquiries on AirAsia’s social platforms on our Free Seats promo. We are delighted to announce that this promo is the best opportunity for guests to maximize on our extensive route network to travel to more places with our amazing low fares.'
'From a beach getaway in Phuket to shopping paradise in Bandung or even an adventurous getaway in Phnom Penh, there is always something for everyone to discover. Guests can now start to plan and book their flights for their next year’s travel plans and take advantage of Kuala Lumpur’s status as a gateway to Asia, Australia and Europe to connect globally.”
'Guests planning to visit the various destinations in Indonesia including Bandung, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Padang and Banda Aceh; are all well known for its beautiful sceneries, shopping venues and delectable local cuisines will be able to enjoy all-in fare from as low as RM25,' she noted.
Other hot international destinations which are also offered all-in fare from as low as RM25 include Phuket, Krabi, Bangkok, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
AirAsia’s newly launched routes in India such as Bangalore and Hyderabad are also offered all-in fare from RM25, Tan added.
In addition to Free Seats on these selected routes, AirAsia is also offering super low all-in fare from RM49 to destinations such as Bali, Hanoi, Haikou, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and many more. Highly in demand “Kangaroo Routes” in Australia such as Gold Coast and Perth are available from RM149, Melbourne from RM199 while those planning for a European getaway can opt to fly to London from as low as RM699.
Those who are into exotic attractions can opt to go to New Delhi or Mumbai, India from as low as RM199, Tan said.
'Guests may also complement their travel plans with great online hotel deals and tour packages via AirAsiaGo at www.airasiago.com, where they may choose tours, activities and holiday lodgings from over 70,000 hotels worldwide including ground transfers.'
'Guests are also able to enjoy free one night* stay (pay 3 nights, pay for 2 nights, stay 2 nights, pay for one night) from the selected hotels of various destinations in Bali, Phuket, Hong Kong, Yogyakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Penang, Krabi and many more,' Tan said.
'Apart from that, AirAsiaGo is also offering Free Tours and Transfers to destinations like Bali, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Guangzhou and Yogyakarta,' she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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