Tuesday, December 27, 2011
AirAsia introduces two new destinations!
Guests can now fly to Semarang, Indonesia & Surat Thani, Thailand with AirAsia
AirAsia, the world’s best low cost airline, will be flying to Semarang, Indonesia and Surat Thani, Thailand with flights for both destinations commencing on 6th February 2012.
To celebrate the new destinations, AirAsia is having a special promotion for flights to Semarang and Surat Thani which is available for booking from now until 18 December 2011. All-in-fares to both destinations are from as low as RM79 one way.
The travel period for this promotion is from 6th Feb – 30th June 2012.
Citibank customers are also able to enjoy special all-in-fare of RM69 one way for both these new destinations as well throughout the promotion period. As part of this special promotion, guests with BIG cards are able to earn 100 BIGGIES as well.
Guests are able to book via www.airasia.com as well as via mobile at mobile.airasia.com, and via AirAsia apps for Blackberry, iPhone and Android phones.
The apps are available for download at Blackberry App World, iTunes App Store and Android Marketplace by searching for the keyword AirAsia.
Kathleen Tan, Regional Commercial Head of AirAsia says, “As a truly Asean airline, we are committed to connecting more people throughout the region. We are sure that our guests will be as excited as us with the introduction of Semarang, a business-centric town with big tourism potential waiting to be tapped; and Surat Thani, the largest province of Southern Thailand and the gateway to paradise island Koh Samui.”
“Guests flying from Semarang and Surat Thani to Kuala Lumpur can take advantage of AirAsia’s massive route network where they will be able to connect to over 20 other countries, and over 160 destinations whether for business or leisure,” added Kathleen Tan.
AirAsia’s operations are anchored in its mission to democratize travel, encapsulated in its tagline Now Everyone Can Fly. AirAsia has also established itself as the Truly Asean airline, with its unmatched connectivity in the region and its “sky bridges” – routes – that link the capitals and communities of Southeast Asia to each other and beyond.
The flight to Semarang is scheduled to depart from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal in Sepang at 7.20 am daily while the return flight is at 9 am daily.
Meanwhile the flight to Surat Thani, departs at 11.20 am, thrice weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Source : Air Asia Communications