Air Asia X is the long haul subsiduary of Kuala Lumpur based low cost airline Air Asia who will be flying budget flights to London from spring 2009.
Air Asia X Flights
Air Asia X, is the medium/long haul budget airline and is a subsidiary of Air Asia which is Asia’s largest low cost airline and operates flights of four hours or more.
The airlines first flight departed on 2 November 2007 to Gold Coast (Coolangatta) in Australia from its home base at Kuala Lumpur’s LCC terminal. In addition to Gold Coast Air Asia X operates low cost flights from Kuala Lumpur to Perth and Melbourne in Australia, Hangzhou in China and next year will fly to Tianjin (China) and London Stansted airport. This will be the only service of it’s kind when flights commence in spring 2009.
On board there are two "classes" of travel, choose an economy seat or pay more to upgrade to the XL option. The XL seat is wider that the economy seat and offers greater legroom and is the type of seating found in some airlines Business class. However no priority check or other facilities afforded to Business class passengers are part of the deal. Air Asia keep the cost down in various ways and do not expect any frills. Food can be ordered and paid for in advance and snacks are available for purchase on board, as are a full range of beverages.
All long haul flights have the opportunity of connecting to Air Asia’s low cost route network via Kuala Lumpur which currently stands at over 3000 weekly flights to well over 100 destinations in India, Australia and throughout Asia and the Far East. Air Asia X operates a fleet of very new, very modern Airbus A330 aircraft seating up to 330 passengers in either Economy or XL seating. Air Asia X Longhaul Flights Air Asia is the pioneer of no frills air travel in the Far East and is fantastic at providing affordable fares to everyone and making air travel cheap, easy and convenient. Its sister company Air Asia X is now following in it’s footsteps offering excellent value flights on longhaul services of over four hours. Air Asia X low, low fares and fantastic value for money on the longer routes which are making very popular with the travelling public. Last year the Air Asia group carried almost 9 million passengers which was an increase of a full 3 million over the previous year.
As well as a steadily growing network passengers benefit from the comforts that brand new Airbus A 330 aircraft offer.
Why not pay a little extra and upgrade to XL seating for greater comfort and extra room, a perfect way to start and finish your journey. Book your Air Asia X flight now with