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AirAsia celebrates 10 years of Shenzhen flights

July 12, 20172 minute read
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When AirAsia started their Shenzhen flights in July 2007, they brought something new to Chinese air travel. The airline introduced the concept of low-cost air travel, with initial flights connecting Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport to Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. Before the end of 2007, Shenzhen – Kota Kinabalu flights were added to the network with the three routes reporting an average load factor over 85%.

Shenzhen flights – promotional flights

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the start of Shenzhen flights to South East Asia, taking your pick of 35 weekly flights to the region.

Pick up an all-in, one-way ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Shenzhen, starting at MYR 256, or from MYR 257 from Kota Kinabalu. 

Bookings may be made online from from 17th to 23rd July 2017 for travel between 19th July and 24th November 2017. For tickets out of Bangkok, check the AirAsia website in Thailand for prices from 17th July.

At the celebration in Shenzhen’s Bao’an International Airport, Aireen Omar, AirAsia Berhad CEO thanked regulators and airport authorities, as well as business partners in Shenzhen for their continuous support over the past decade.  

She also spoke of up-coming developments:

…. We are also excited to continue growing our connectivity to Shenzhen by introducing direct flights to Langkawi, which is one of our significant hubs in North Malaysia that will commence on 9th August 2017. Aireen Omar

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

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