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AirAsia offers limited time fare of INR 4,999 one-way for bookings from South Indian to Kuala Lumpur

AirAsia is celebrating the recent announcement of visa-free travel from India to Malaysia with special promotional fares for a limited time only to Kuala Lumpur from all the southern Indian routes within its network.

From now till December 24, 2024, flights can be booked from seven destinations in South India within AirAsia’s network for a special promotional price. Fly to Kuala Lumpur from Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Kochi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata and soon Trivandrum for only INR 4,999, all-inclusive one-way. From Malaysia, Indian travellers can further explore the airline’s network of more than 130 destinations in 22 countries through its seamless ‘Fly-Through’ options. The travel period commences immediately and ends on September 30, 2024.

AirAsia has already announced route launch to Thiruvananthapuram (starting February 21, 2024) and special fares to Malaysia from India. This is in addition to AirAsia’s announcement of a significant increase in services between the two countries, totalling an 69 weekly flights starting in the first quarter of 2024, with up to 1.5 million seats per year.

Manoj Dharmani, Head of Regional Commercial (India), AirAsia, said, “We wholeheartedly welcome this initiative by the Malaysian government to extend a 30-day visa-free entry for Indian travellers into the country. Malaysia has always been a favourite destination for visitors from India thanks to its many stunning and revered pilgrimage sites, breath-taking landscapes and a wide variety of delicious local food ‒ and now they can do so affordably and seamlessly. AirAsia has flown millions of travellers from India to Malaysia to date, giving many the opportunities to fulfil their dreams of exploring the region. We look forward to continuously expanding our connectivity and market presence to allow for more affordable travel between the two nations.”

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