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AirAsia begins direct Wuhan flights with promotion

March 22, 20172 minute read

AirAsia has commenced daily direct Wuhan flights out of Kuala Lumpur with the send off of Flight D7787on 22nd March 2017. Passengers were farewelled at Kuala Lumpur International Airport klia2 by AirAsia X CCO Arik De, before taking off at 6.20 pm for an expected arrival in Wuhan just after 11pm the same evening.

Promotional fares for direct Wuhan flights

In conjunction with the inaugural flight, AirAsia is offering a special promotional price for direct Wuhan flights. There will be 8,888 promotional seats on offer, with one-way, all-in fares starting from MYR 188. AirAsia X Premium Flatbeds are also on offer with one way all-in-fares available from MYR 688.

Make your bookings online at or at AirAsia’s mobile app on iPhone or Android devices for travel until 30th June 2017.

Why Wuhan?

Wuhan is an attractive destination for both leisure travellers and those who go for business.

The city is the capital of Hubei province and briefly served as  China’s wartime capital in 1937. The city has a number of historical sites to visit thanks to a history stretching back over 3,500 years. It’s also a popular jumping off location for a Yangtze cruise, thanks to its proximity to the Three Gorges Dam.

Visit the largest city lake in China in the Wuchang area of the city. The East Lake, one of a pair with the South Lake is said to be six times the size of the West Lake in Hangzhou, China. The city is also a great place for those who enjoy shopping and eating.

As a result of its historical and geographical location, Wuhan  has always benefitted from its strategic position in central China. The city has developed as a hub for the efficient distribution of products for many industries. This makes it an attractive destination for business travellers.

Other AirAsia flights to Wuhan

  • AirAsia X’s short-haul affiliate AirAsia Berhad (flight code AK) operates a daily flight service to Wuhan from Kota Kinabalu.
  • Thai AirAsia (flight code  FD) operates double daily flights from Bangkok and daily flights from Phuket to Wuhan.

Together, the group offers total of 35 weekly flights to Wuhan and is currently the largest foreign carrier into China by capacity.

*Promotional all-in-fares quoted are for one-way travel only inclusive of taxes and fees. Terms and conditions apply.

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