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AirAsia adds extra flights to Manila and Banda Aceh

April 20, 20152 minute read
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Starting 12th July 2015, Air Asia will increase the current three times daily flights between Kuala Lumpur and Manila to 4 flights per day. The extra flight AK 582 will leave Kuala Lumpur at 8.20am, arriving in Manila at 12.15pm, returning as AK 583 at 12.40pm to land in Kuala Lumpur at 4.35pm. 

The additional flight to Banda Aceh will be added on 16th July 2015 and leaves Kuala Lumpur every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday as AK 421 at 7.50am, arriving in Banda Aceh (BTJ) at 8.25am. The return flight, AK 420 will leave at 8.50am, landing in Kuala Lumpur at 11.20am. This will raise the number of flights to 10 per week.

In conjunction with the announcement, AirAsia is offering a special promotion with all-in-fares from RM216 one way from Kuala Lumpur to Manila for all bookings made from 20th to 26 April 2015 for travel between 22th April and 30th September 2015.

You can also pick up all-in-fares from RM119 one way for Kuala Lumpur to Banda Aceh flights, with the booking period between 20th and 26 April, for travel between 16th July and 30th September 2015. You may also book your flights from the AirAsia Website or via AirAsia’s mobile app on iPhone and Android devices, as well as its mobile site.

Wondering what to do when you get there?

Download AirAsia’s mini travel guide which has lots of ideas for both of these destinations as well as many of the airline’s other destinations. You can download the ones you need for your travels in .pdf format.

There are currently ten of the free Guides available, available in a choice of languages for each.

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