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AirAsia X offers great fares to Wuhan

by on January 17, 2017
 

AirAsia X has announced an offer of great fares to Wuhan, available until 22nd January 2017, for travel between 22nd March and 28 October 2017. This new four times weekly service is set to begin direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Wuhan on 22nd March, making Kuala Lumpur the fourth AirAsia Group connection to this important central Chinese city.

AirAsia X’s short haul affiliate AirAsia Berhad (flight code AK) currently operates a daily service to Wuhan from Kota Kinabalu, while Thai AirAsia operates double daily flights from Bangkok and daily flights from Phuket to Wuhan. The current twenty-eight weekly flights to Wuhan will rise to thirty-two with the inauguration of the new service.

Inaugural great fares to Wuhan

In conjunction with the launch, AirAsia X is offering all-in, one-way fares from MYR 199 for standard seats, or you could pick up an all-in, one-way Premium Flatbed seat starting from MYR 699.  Bookings for these promotional fares can be made on the AirAsia website and the AirAsia’s mobile app on the iPhone and Android devices until 22nd January 2017.

** The promotional all-in-fares quoted are for one-way travel only and are inclusive of taxes and fees. Terms and conditions apply. AirAsia X has an all Airbus A330-300 fleet, which will be used on this route.

Why Wuhan?

Wuhan is the capital city of Hubei province and sits on the famed Yangtze river, making it a great location to start/end a Yangtze River cruise. As the most populous city in Central China, Wuhan is growing in importance as a natural hub for travellers to and from China and visitors to the area will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of historical and scenic activities.

The area has been witness to many historical events going back almost two thousand years, including a major war during the time of the Three Kingdoms and provides a home for the ancient Yellow Crane Tower, which has been destroyed and rebuilt multiple times over many centuries.

If scenery is your preference, the area has a diverse landscape, ranging from the Yandi Shennong Mountain, one of the best preserved primeval forest zones in China, to the Enshi Grand Canyon, a natural site offering the visitor unparalleled views and the Wuchang lake in the city itself. Foodies can search out the distinctive and tasty local Hubei cuisine.

Flight Schedule Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Wuhan (WUH)
Flight No. From To Departure Arrival Flight Schedule
D7 878 KUL WUH 1800 hrs (6.00 pm) 2310 hrs (11.10 pm) Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
D7 879 WUH KUL 0025 hrs (12.25 am) 0525 hrs (5.25 am) Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
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