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AirAsia X flies further

Published on 13th December 2007 by chaity, 3984 views

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1 Tony Marlow
(13. 12. 2007, 23:47 CET)
Do AirAsia X still plan to fly to Manchester and if so when is the service expected to start?

2 chaity
(17. 12. 2007, 10:55 CET)
Hi Tony, here are some news from our local source.

AirAsiaX is planning to lease 2 x A340-300 for direct flights to Europe and London-Stansted,hopefully the operation will be up and running by Nov 2008.

I am sure they are looking into MAN as well.

3 helen vaughan
(28. 2. 2008, 15:41 CET)
Hi i am a season traveller and i was wondering when air asia will be flying from manchester england , as i travel to asia twice yearly k.l and langkawi . It would be great to have a low cost airline to further destinations rather than just europe .

4 chaity
(21. 3. 2008, 02:27 CET)
Hi Helen, here's the statement released by AirAsiaX on 20th Mac '08. Keep your fingers crossed. 8-)

AirAsia X Sdn Bhd, the long-haul low-cost carrier and sister company of AirAsia Bhd, is targeting flights to London by year-end.

Their Chief executive officer said it hoped to have flights to London in time for Christmas. The time frame was to accommodate delivery of a long-haul aircraft that it hoped to secure within six months.

5 Achilef
(28. 7. 2008, 12:32 CET)
I am living for the time , I can flight from Europe to Asia with a serious low fare career like Air AsiaX. I had lost money when Oasis stopped to flight, but I continue to hope … I love Asia and I always plan to flight twice per year.

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