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AirAsia X launches multi-city booking

by on December 4, 2014
 

Travellers used to making multi-city bookings when planning their trips can now heave a sigh of relief as AirAsia X has officially launched this facility on 4th December 2014.

The multi-city booking option will ensure easy bookings for those planning to fly across its networks in Australia (Gold Coast, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide), China (Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Xi’An, Chongqing), Japan (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya), South Korea (Seoul, Busan), Taiwan (Taipei), Nepal (Kathmandu), Sri Lanka (Colombo), and Saudi Arabia (Jeddah).

The option will allow guests to book from two flights to six flights in a single transaction, depending on the choice of destinations and fare types. After going through pilot testing since 7th August, the multi-city booking option is now live and gives guests greater flexibility with their travel plans and allows them to take advantage of good offers.

The multi-city booking option is also available for Business Class and Premium Flex fares for point-to-point and fly- thru journeys.

In making the announcement, AirAsia X  CEO Azran Osman-Rani said, “We are excited to introduce the latest enhancement in our booking engine with multi-city booking option. Now our guests will be able to book multiple destinations, take advantage of trip breaks and stopovers all in one booking. It will be easy for them to manage their travel plans as it allows our guests to arrive or depart from different ports with the benefit of our wide route network. This is part of our commitment to provide a seamless booking experience to our guests.”

A multi-city itinerary can consist of both point-to-point and Fly-Thru sectors in one booking. For instance, passengers will be able to book a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing followed by a flight from Shanghai to Sydney.

To make your booking or for more information on multi-city booking option, please visit the AirAsia website. Please note that this  option is currently only available for AirAsia X (D7) flights.

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