AirAsia will be operating its Airbus A330 aircraft to Macao and Maldives for one month to facilitate the strong market demand along with added frequencies to other destinations.
The Airbus A330 aircraft features a capacity of 377 seats, including 12 Premium Flatbeds.
Spencer Lee, AirAsia’s Head of Commercial said:
“Our flights to Maldives and Macao are strong performers and we are pleased to increase the capacity by deploying our Airbus A330 for the period of one month to improve the travel options for guests heading to these two hot destinations. AirAsia as a group is serious about providing the best connectivity to our guests and we are able to make such changes by simply using the Group’s assets better. This Airbus A330 will provide an increase of 197 seats per flight. We urge guests to use this opportunity to grab the hot deals with more seats, greater values and more services offered.
“On the other hand, we are also pleased to increase our connectivity further with additional flight frequencies to various destinations such as Kaohsiung, Siem Reap, Da Nang, Hanoi, Pontianak and Semarang; providing more flight options for guests traveling on AirAsia flights.”
AirAsia will be gradually increasing frequencies from Kuala Lumpur to Kaohsiung (to 7x weekly), Siem Reap (to 14x weekly), Da Nang (to 10x weekly), Hanoi (to 11x weekly), Pontianak (to 7x weekly) and Semarang (to 7x weekly).
AirAsia’s additional new routes that will take to the skies soon are also currently open for sale including flights from Kuala Lumpur to Bhubaneswar (4x weekly), Johor Bahru to Tawau (4x weekly), Johor Bahru to Langkawi (4x weekly) and Kuching to Pontianak (7x weekly).