Days after announcing the termination of flights to Christchurch, Air Asia X has unveiled plans to increase its presence down with new services between Kuala Lumpur and Perth.
Commencing 24 June this year, the carrier said it would increase its daily flights between Kuala Lumpur and Perth to nine flights per week while services between Kuala Lumpur and Taiwan will jump from daily to eleven flights a week from 22 June this year.
The carriers chief executive Azran Osman-Rani explained the changes in operations were part of a network realignment that will assist meeting the 85 percent passenger load flying between the two regions.
The timings of the new additional frequencies would further provide our guests from Malaysia and the surrounding region flexibility in their travel and better connectivity into Australia and Taiwan and vice versa from the cities into Kuala Lumpur, where guests are able to tap on our vast route network of over 80 destinations across South East Asia and beyond, Mr Osman-Rani said.
The carriers parent company, AirAsia also unveiled a new rewards program, the Skyrider Club for youngeons below the age of 14.
Unveiled today the program allows the young guests to gain Tune Talk points and redeem them with flights and concerts.
The carriers chief executive Tan Sir Tony Fernandes said the kids club was introduced in time for the airlines ten year celebrations and would encourage brand loyalty from a young age.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J