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AirAsia X may quit Christchurch-Kuala Lumpur route

Large numbers of New Zealand tourists will have their holiday plans affected if AirAsia X pulls out of the Christchurch to Kuala Lumpur route, a leading travel agent says.

Delivering as a passionate low-cost travel loyalist

AirAsia X has revolutionized air travel in many ways. The airline has the knack of understanding its customers’ pulse and continues to score when it comes to customer-service delivery.

AirAsia X to bring 55000 extra tourists to Sydney

Around 55,000 extra tourists could be heading to NSW each year after budget airline AirAsia X announced it will begin daily flights to Sydney in mid-2012.

AirAsia X axes India and Europe flights

LONDON, England - AirAsia X, the long haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia, today announced a realignment of its network with a focus on its core markets.

AirAsia X launches inaugural flight to Osaka, Japan

OSAKA, Japan - AirAsia X flight D7 536 touched down at Kansai International Airport at 9.25pm (local time), the Malaysian-based, long haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia has now fulfilled its promise

AirAsia X announces Osaka as new destination in Japan

LONDON, 11 August 2011- AirAsia X, the Malaysian-based long-haul, low-fare affiliate of AirAsia today announces its second destination in Japan after Tokyo.

AirAsia X: Gatwick new base for Kuala Lumpur-London route

LONDON, England – AirAsia X, the Malaysian based long haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia has announced that beginning 24 October, 2011, AirAsia X will commence flights from Gatwick Airport to Kuala

AirAsia X teams up with Chef Shingun

LONDON, England - AirAsia X, the Malaysian based long-haul, low fare affiliate of AirAsia today, announced its collaboration with Chef Shingun, an upcoming Korean celebrity chef for the airline’s me

Despite rising oil prices, AirAsia X CEO predicts further expansion

BEIJING/BANGKOK (eTN) - Despite – or because of - rising air fares due to spiraling prices in oil markets, AirAsia long-haul subsidiary AirAsia X continues to strongly grow and still expects to furt

Tokyo opens its gates to AirAsia

TOKYO (eTN) - For more than a year, Azran Osman Rani, AirAsia X CEO,has been negotiating with Japanese authorities over landing rights into Japan and especially Tokyo.

Interview with AirAsia X CEO Asran Osman-Rani

Over the years, there have been intense debates about whether the short-haul, low-cost concept can be extended into long-haul operations.

eTN Executive Talk: AirAsia X CEO details strategy for Europe

What is your target in terms of average revenue per seat and load factor for the new Kuala Lumpur-London Stansted flight?

AirAsia X opens a new era for low-cost travel in Europe

AirAsia X, the long haul subsidiary of low-cost carrier AirAsia, announced with much fanfare in London the launching of a five-time weekly service between Kuala Lumpur and London Stansted airport.

Malaysian airline says charges, visas hampering Japan plans

KUALA LUMPUR — Long-haul budget carrier AirAsia X said Sunday its plans to fly to Japan were on track despite hurdles including high airport charges and strict visa rules.

AirAsia X: How low can you go?

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (eTN) - AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman Rani has been asked the same question many times: How much longer can his long-haul low-cost carrier AirAsia X continue with its business mode

AirAsia X unfazed by high fuel costs, airline failures

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) — Long-haul budget airline AirAsia X said it will not hit the wall like other low-cost carriers, with ticket sales strong despite faltering economies and high fuel costs.

Charging by the pound may help fliers slim down, Aussie airline...

A travel magazine reported Monday that Australian airline AirAsia X is considering charging passengers by the pound in a bid to fight rising fuel prices and to "help Aussies lose weight."

Airline to offer $99 tickets to Malaysia

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia X has launched its second Australia destination, starting direct flights between Perth and Kuala Lumpur from November.The services to the Malaysian capital will start with six flights per week, increasing to daily services by March 2009.