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Tuesday May 18, 2010

AirAsia offers a million free tickets

PETALING JAYA: Low-cost carrier AirAsia is giving travellers a reason to cheer – the airline is giving away a million free seats starting today.

The booking period for the “Free Seats” promotion begins today until Sunday, for travel between Jan 3 and May 8 next year.

Customers can choose from 130 destinations to 20 countries including India, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Singapore, the Philippines, Vietnam and China.

The promotion offers various “all-in fares” which are applicable for one-way travel inclusive of airport tax, with certain terms and conditions.

AirAsia’s regional commercial head Kathleen Tan said many enquiries had been made on the airline’s social platform about the promotion.

“This is the best chance for our guests to plan and book their flights for their travel plans next year and take advantage of Kuala Lumpur’s status as a gateway to Asia, Australia and Europe to connect globally,” she said in a statement yesterday.

To complement the free flights, Tan added that AirAsia’s one-stop travel portal was also offering online hotel deals from 70,000 hotels worldwide, tour packages and free tours and transfers to selected destinations via AirAsiaGo at www.airasiago.com.

For more information on free seats and other promotions, visit www.airasia.com or mobile.airasia.com.

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