AirAsia celebrates visa-free India-Malaysia travel with special fares on recently announced increased services. Malaysia recently announced visa-free entry for Indian citizens for a year from 1st December 2023 and the additional flights recently added will be welcome, especially with special fares on offer.
Visa-free India-Malaysia promo fares
AirAsia will fly their newest route to Thiruvananthapuram from 21st February 2024, in addition to a significant increase in services between Malaysia and India, totalling 69 weekly flights from the first quarter of 2024. This will provide up to 1.5 million seats per year.
You have until 24th December to take advantage of the special promotional price for visa-free India-Malaysia flights, for travel by 30th September 2024. On offer are all-in, one-way flights to seven destinations in South India within AirAsia’s vast network starting from RM189* . Fly to Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Kochi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata and soon Thiruvananthapuram. It’s time to take advantage of these discounted fares to explore the rich cultural tapestry, breathtaking landscapes and vibrant cities that both countries have to offer.
Travellers from India visiting Malaysia, can fly all-in, one-way direct to and from Kuala Lumpur on any of these routes starting from INR4,999*. From Kuala Lumpur, it’s easy to connect to Malaysia’s other hotspots on AirAsia’s extensive domestic network. Check out fares in the accessible Fly-Thru options, which allows travellers from India to Malaysia utilise Kuala Lumpur as a connecting hub to AirAsia’s more than 130 destinations in 22 countries.
*Promotional all-in fares quoted are for one-way travel inclusive of taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharge, and other relevant fees. Other terms and conditions apply.
…. We are happy to note that citizens of India can now travel to Malaysia visa-free, which will improve people-to-people connections. AirAsia is playing an important role by covering several destinations in India, thus enabling a seamless connection for visitors from Malaysia and India.H.E. B.N. Reddy, High Commissioner of India to Malaysia
In expressing his thanks to the Malaysian government for the significant decision that will help boost Malaysia’s tourism potential, AirAsia’s CEO said the airline looks forward to working closely with the government and other stakeholders to further pivot Malaysia’s tourism scene to its fullest potential.
….The 30-day visa-free entry for Indian citizens to Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the year for us at AirAsia. We have always strived to enhance the regional connectivity between India and Malaysia ever since we launched our very first route to India in 2008. Riad Asmat, AirAsia Malaysia CEO
AirAsia’s network currently services eight directly from both northern and southern cities India to Malaysia. Six of these, to Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Kochi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Kolkata are via its short-haul airline AirAsia Malaysia (flight code AK), while their medium haul affiliate airline AirAsia X (flight code D7) flies to New Delhi and Amritsar. From February 2024, the southern state of Kerala gets a second direct AirAsia route after Kochi, in Thiruvananthapuram.
With the increases in services, AirAsia has also announced they will be leasing four A320 aircraft, three of which will go into service almost immediately. The airline is also expected to take delivery of up to 25 new Airbus 321 aircraft during 2024.