PETALING JAYA: There is good news for travellers who want to explore exciting domestic and international destinations. AirAsia is having a one-week special promotion.
Travellers can get the best travel plans with AirAsia through its special promotion from as low as RM39 to top local destinations such as Penang, Johor Baru, Alor Setar, Terengganu and Kota Baru.
Travellers can also make their way to well-known international destinations such as Siem Reap in Cambodia, Pattaya in Thailand and more with promotional fares starting from RM99.
Besides travelling to Thailand, travel even further from Kuala Lumpur to destinations such as Shantou (China) from just RM189; Goa (India) from just RM259; Xi’an (China) from just RM249 and Osaka (Japan) from RM379.
On top of that, the fare for the newly-launched destination of Auckland (New Zealand) for travelling with Air Asia is only from RM599.
All the promotional all-in-fares quoted are for one-way travel only and inclusive of taxes.
Holiday goers can start making their travel plans for a holiday or business from today to April 24.
The travelling period for the destinations stated during this promotion is from Oct 1 until May 22 next year and all the promotional fares are also available on AirAsia’s mobile app on iPhone and Android devices, as well as the mobile site mobile.airasia.com.
“There has been much word going around about the best plans in the market, and we would like to provide Malaysians with the best travel plans in the market, exclusively with AirAsia.
“We serve over 100 destinations across 22 countries and with promotional fares such as what we are offering throughout this one-week campaign.
“We are sure that many will enjoy some of the best travel plans around in this campaign,” said AirAsia Berhad’s commercial head Spencer Lee in a statement yesterday.
During this special one-week promotional period, AirAsia BIG members can also earn double BIG Points while booking their promo seats to their destinations on www.airasia.com.
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