AirAsia X returns to the skies with new services to South Korea and India, following their resumption of Sydney flights in February. The familiar red A330s with the big X on their tails, take off in mid April. Tickets for both services are now available, for travel between 20th April 2022 to 30th June 2022, with additional services to be added as demand grows.
The new services to Incheon (Seoul) in South Korea and New Delhi, India are due to commence from 20th April 2022. Flights to Incheon (Seoul) will initially be operated weekly on Wednesdays, returning on Thursdays. New Delhi flights are set to resume twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays, returning the same day.
AirAsia X returns with sale fares
Travellers with outstanding bookings or unused credit resulting from the pandemic shutdown can use these for future bookings. This is done by updating the original flight booking for future travel, or by utilising their credit account to book the flights.
Pick up an all-in one way* Economy ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Incheon (Seoul) from RM659. If you want a bit more comfort, the Premium Flatbed will set you back from RM2,199. From Incheon to Kuala Lumpur, all-in one way* fares start from KRW246,500 and KRW799,500. Guests travelling to Incheon (Seoul) will also enjoy an extra 7kg hand carry for free.
All-in one-way* fares from Kuala Lumpur to New Delhi start from RM484 on Economy and Premium Flatbed tickets start at RM1,699. From New Delhi to Kuala Lumpur, fares start from INR8,389 and INR24,225 respectively.
Bookings for the new services to South Korea and India are now available through the ‘Flights’ icon on the airasia Super App or the AirAsia website until 24th April 2022.
*Fares are all-inclusive of taxes and fees
AirAsia X CEO, Benyamin Ismail says the airline is thrilled to return to the skies after two long years. He affirmed that AirAsia X is gradually resuming flights to their key markets, with more popular destinations to be announced soon. He also assured travellers that:
….. We continue to prioritise putting our guests first and while we were unable to fly for the past two years due to the unprecedented effects of the pandemic, we are pleased to confirm that anyone with outstanding bookings or Credit Accounts can now use these to book our new services. We are also preparing travel vouchers for our guests who have unutilised credit, to use for future bookings, which will be announced in the near future. Benyamin Ismail
He also thanked AirAsia X’s guests for their patience and understanding and is looking forward to welcoming everyone back on board soon.
Flight schedule Kuala Lumpur – Incheon (Seoul)[table style=”table-striped”]
|Kuala Lumpur – Incheon (Seoul)||D7 504||10.25pm (22:25)||5.55am (next day)||Wednesday|
|Incheon (Seoul) – Kuala Lumpur||D7 505||7.15am (7:15)||1:05pm (13:05)||Thursday|
*Subject to regulatory approval **All times are local
More information on full entry requirements into South Korea is provided in this AirAsia support page.
Flight schedule Kuala Lumpur – New Delhi, India[table style=”table-striped”]
|Kuala Lumpur – New Delhi||D7 160||9.35am (9:35)||12.30pm (12:30)||Wednesday, Sunday|
|New Delhi – Kuala Lumpur||D7 161||1.25pm (13:25)||9.25pm (21:25)||Wednesday, Sunday|
*Flight commences on 13 April 2022 **All times are local
More information on full entry requirements into India is provided in this AirAsia support page.
This Post Has 0 Comments