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Published: Monday February 24, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday February 24, 2014 MYT 8:32:19 AM

AirAsia's Free Seats Promo is back

Air Asia Counter - (Filepic)

Air Asia Counter - (Filepic)

SEPANG: It’s time to plan your holidays as AirAsia is offering more than half a million free seats along with 1.8 million low-fare promotional seats for selected flights.

“The Free Seats Promo is a gesture for the support in making AirAsia a successful low-cost carrier that has carried over 220 million guests in 12 years of operations,” said AirAsia group chief commercial officer Siegtraund Teh.

Attractive offers for domestic and international flights to Langkawi, Penang,Terengganu, Singapore, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and others are up for grabs.

In addition, if seats are booked with hotel accommodation, AirAsiaGo will come with savings of up to 75% and up to 50% for the hotel accommodation.

The promotional fares begin from as low as RM0 (excluding airport tax, fuel surcharge and other applicable fees), and bookings are open from Feb 24 to March 2 for the travel period from Oct 1 to April 30, 2015.

Besides Asean countries, AirAsia X is offering low fares from RM169 (all-in, one way) on economy and RM669 on premium seats to Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Nepal and China from Kuala Lumpur.

For details, visit www.airasia.com.

Tags / Keywords: Travel, Nation, airasia, promotion, freeseats

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