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AirAsia offers to usher in the Year of the Monkey

by on January 6, 2016
 

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Chinese New Year Offers!

In conjunction with the Chinese New Year on 8th February, AirAsia welcomes the Monkey year with some great offers.

Low Fares

On offer are all-in, one-way fares starting from RM28 to all destinations are up for grabs if you book by 10th January, for travel between 1st May 2016 and 5th February 2017.

On Domestic routes within Malaysia, you can pick up a RM28 ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Penang or Johor Bahru or pay RM59 to Langkawi, RM99 to Kuching or RM129 to Kota Kinabalu.

If you’d like to fly further, you can find tickets from Kuala Lumpur to destinations such as Pattaya, Thailand from RM89, Goa, India from RM239, or Hangzhou, China from RM229. There are tickets available to Busan, Korea starting at RM249 and Sydney, Australia from RM349. You can enjoy AirAsia X’s award-winning Premium Flatbed from RM699 one-way.

**Promotional all-in fares are one-way and include taxes and 7kg carry-on luggage. Terms and conditions apply.

Hot Seat Upgrades

Free Hot Seat upgrade on first-come, first-served basis is available for lucky passengers born in the year of the Monkey who book during the Promo booking period. More giveaways have been lined up for passengers in the weeks leading up to Chinese New Year, so keep a watch on AirAsia’s social media platforms for further information.

Bookings can be made on the AirAsia website, via AirAsia’s mobile app on iPhone and Android devices, as well as the AirAsia mobile site.

Save Time

If you’re doing a multi-leg trip, why not save time and make use of the optional Fly-Thru service to connect to flights via AirAsia’s multiple transit hubs with their baggage checked-through to the final destination without the hassle of immigration clearance. With this service, you can travel seamlessly between all Asian and Australian cities ( e.g. Penang to Sydney through Kuala Lumpur) making your destination just a single stop away.

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