Landing and Takeoff on AIRASIA
Airbus Stretch version at Perth Airport Australia/New Zealand 11 February 2023 –
As AirAsia pledges its commitment to boost the tourism industry across Asia and beyond, the airline together with the Malaysia Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture, YB Dato’ Sri Tiong King Sing have launched a massive 5 million FREE SEATS* campaign to stimulate travel to many exciting domestic and international destinations including Australia and New Zealand.
From Australia and New Zealand fares are on sale now on AirAsia X from Kuala Lumpur to Perth from just AUD$199*, from Gold Coast from AUD$269*, from Melbourne from AUD$299*, from Sydney from AUD$299*, from Auckland to Sydney from NZ$209* and from Auckland connecting to Kuala Lumpur from NZ$599*. Fares on Thailand AirAsia X are also on sale from AUD$339* from Sydney and Melbourne direct to Bangkok, Thailand.
Premium flatbeds(photo above) are also on sale starting from under AUD/NZ $600*.
The booking period is from 11 – 19 February 2023 for a travel period from 1 March to 10 December 2023.
Guests can also fly from Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Langkawi, Kuching, Sibu, Kota Kinabalu and more from just RM23* (under AUD/NZ $10) and to international destinations including Bali, Krabi, Jakarta, Macao, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Phu Quoc, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore and more from RM60* (under AUD/NZ $22).
Leveraging its strength as the biggest airline in Asia with the widest network and the lowest fares, the campaign will also serve to support the Malaysian, Australia and New Zealand tourism industries in a mission to strengthen Malaysia and our other hubs such as Thailand as a multi-faceted and multi-destination attraction.
Tony Fernandes, CEO of Capital A said:
“As they say, size matters! When it comes to airlines, bigger is always better so we can leverage economies of scale and pass on to our guests in the form of lower fares and delivering more value and choice. AirAsia has been a major contributor to Malaysia and Asean’s GDP. AirAsia alone contributes to more than 2% of Malaysia’s GDP. You may think that 2% is a small number but for a big country like Malaysia with GDP worth more than RM1.5 trillion, that 2% is a sizable contribution.”