AirAsia X has been doing weekly Kuala Lumpur-Sydney return flights carrying cargo for quite a number of months. Now, it’s time for passengers waiting for an opportunity to get home to either Australia or Malaysia as border restrictions ease.
Special Kuala Lumpur-Sydney return flights
AirAsia X will operate a special return service between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Sydney, Australia on 2nd December 2021. These flights offer Malaysians and Australians the opportunity to travel home to reunite with family and friends ahead of Christmas and the end of year holidays.
AirAsia X will operate the following flights on 2nd December 2021:[table style=”table-striped”]
|D7 220||Kuala Lumpur – Sydney||3:00 (3am)||14:05 (2:05pm)|
|D7 221||Sydney – Kuala Lumpur||15:00 (3pm)||21:05 (7:05pm)|
Book flights either to Sydney or Kuala Lumpur from RM1,499 or AUD499 one way all-inclusive* on Economy Seats. You can experience the Premium Flatbed from RM6,999 or AUD1,999 one way all-inclusive* for travel on 2nd December 2021. Flights are available for booking now through the ‘Flights’ icon on the airasia Super App or the AirAsia website. (If you’re quick, you might even get a better price!) *All inclusive including taxes and fees, one meal with one drink, and 20kg check-in baggage allowance on Economy Seats and 30kg on the Premium Flatbed.
Passengers affected by the AirAsia X restructuring scheme may redeem their credits to book on this specific flight. To use the travel credit, click on the Credit Account option at the payment page on the airasia Super App or website and you’ll be directed to the live agent for verification and payment.
Fully vaccinated travellers must obtain all the necessary approvals from relevant authorities prior to departure and comply with requirements set by the Australian Government and Malaysian Government prior to purchasing their flights and upon arrival.
…. AirAsia X remains committed to resume normal operations as soon as international borders in its core markets, including Australia, reopen in order to see our guests start flying again. Guests are urged to book as soon as possible for this special return service, as seats are limited and subject to availability. AirAsia X Statement, 24th Nov 2021
We understand that more flights may be available with continued relaxation of controls and foreign students, in particular, are allowed to return to their studies.