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Published: Thursday April 10, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Thursday April 10, 2014 MYT 7:36:12 AM

AirAsia X's 48-hour sale takes you places for far less

PETALING JAYA: People looking to go on a mid-year holiday can take advantage of the AirAsia X 48-hour sale to destinations such as Australia, Japan, China and Sri Lanka beginning today.

The international wing of low-fare airline AirAsia group said the sale was a way of showing its appreciation to its customers.

“We are also committed to keeping to our tagline, ‘Now Everyone Can Fly Xtra Long’, making travel more affordable, easy, convenient and fun.

“With this exclusive sale, people can take a break from their busy schedule and enjoy mid-year holiday getaways to exotic and exciting destinations across our long-haul network and that of the AirAsia group,” said AirAsia X chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani yesterday.

The fares are as low as RM199 one-way to Colombo in Sri Lanka, Chengdu and Hangzhou in China, and Nagoya and Osaka in Japan.

Travellers wanting to explore Australia can also enjoy fares as low as RM249 one-way to destinations such as Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.

Bookings are available online today and tomorrow for travel between May 1 and June 30 this year.

Those seeking to travel with extra comfort can book the low-fare airline’s premium flatbed seats from as low as RM669 one-way from Kuala Lumpur to Sri Lanka, China, Australia and Japan.

They can also opt to book Fly-Thru flights within AirAsia X or onto the AirAsia network. For more information, log on to www.airasia.com.

Tags / Keywords: Travel, AirAsia X 48 hours sale

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