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AirAsia X in 2018 plans to resume service to The Maldives, after 4 years of cancellation. From 06FEB18, the airline will offer Kuala Lumpur – Male service 4 times a week, supplementing existing AirAsia’s daily A320 flight. Planned schedule as follows.

D7178 KUL0840 – 0955MLE 330 x147
D7179 MLE1105 – 1835KUL 330 x147

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AirAsia X in 2018 plans to resume service to The Maldives, after 4 years of cancellation. From 06FEB18, the airline will offer Kuala Lumpur Male service 4 times a week, supplementing existing AirAsias daily A320 flight. Planned schedule as follows.

 

D7178 KUL0840 0955MLE 330 x147

D7179 MLE1105 1835KUL 330 x147

Finally, civilized hours flight from mle to kul.

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AirAsia X in the first quarter of 2018 is adjusting operational frequencies to Australia, already reflected on the airline’s website. Planned adjustment as follows.

Kuala Lumpur – Gold Coast eff 01FEB18 Reduce from 11 to 7 weekly
Kuala Lumpur – Perth eff 02FEB18 Reduce from 2 to 1 daily
Kuala Lumpur – Sydney eff 03FEB18 Reduce from 14 to 11 weekly

Edited by Mr.Bandit

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AirAsia adds more flights to Kuching

 

SEPANG, 6 December 2017: AirAsia is all set to inaugurate a daily flight from Kuching to Shenzhen, China, over the Christmas holiday.

 

Special fares are on offer for the flight that starts 26 December, or “Boxing Day”, an official holiday following Christmas celebrations..
The new route marks the third international route from Kuching and the third new route launched from Kuching International Airport, this year, after Pontianak and Langkawi.
AirAsia continues to expand its east Malaysia hub as Kuching popularity increases with regional tourists.
More:

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AirAsia adds more flights to Kuching

 

SEPANG, 6 December 2017: AirAsia is all set to inaugurate a daily flight from Kuching to Shenzhen, China, over the Christmas holiday.

 

Special fares are on offer for the flight that starts 26 December, or Boxing Day, an official holiday following Christmas celebrations..

 

The new route marks the third international route from Kuching and the third new route launched from Kuching International Airport, this year, after Pontianak and Langkawi.

 

AirAsia continues to expand its east Malaysia hub as Kuching popularity increases with regional tourists.

 

More:

http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2017/12/airasia-adds-more-flights-to-kuching/

At the moment, booking is open till March. Nothing in April and beyond...yet to be seen as to how this route will fare.

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With airport tax going up in klia2, it would be wise for Airasia to do some data mining of their user base and come out with more direct routes so that East Malaysians do not need to transit in the increasingly expensive klia2.

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Brilliant, while MAB/Maswing is slashing more flights in East Malaysia, AK seems to be making good business from evidence of their increasing frequencies in these sectors. And it is just a matter of time when their plan to build a new hub at KIA is realised. The Sarawak government is all for anything that could bring in good opportunities for the country's development. Next move should perhaps be KCH - BPN, KCH - BDJ and KCH - CGK/HLP.

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Brilliant, while MAB/Maswing is slashing more flights in East Malaysia, AK seems to be making good business from evidence of their increasing frequencies in these sectors. And it is just a matter of time when their plan to build a new hub at KIA is realised. The Sarawak government is all for anything that could bring in good opportunities for the country's development. Next move should perhaps be KCH - BPN, KCH - BDJ and KCH - CGK/HLP.

 

I would presume more to China routes. Sarawak Govt has signed a huge MOU with Huawei for Digital Partnership.

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AirAsia in the first quarter of 2018 is ending 3 routes from Kuala Lumpur, as the airline recently closed reservations on its website. Planned route cancellation includes the following.

Kuala Lumpur – Kalibo 4 weekly until 24MAR18
Kuala Lumpur – Solo 3 weekly until 13JAN18
Kuala Lumpur – Surat Thani 3 weekly until 25FEB18

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AAX B777-300ER will be from EVA air, B-16701 & B-16702

 

Out of interest both B-16701 & B-16702 are now with Nordwind Airlines as VP-BJL & VP-BJO.

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Most probably destination? SIN? KNO? Or even East Malaysia?

 

Yeah perhaps IPH to KNO and SIN and for KUA to SIN and KCH/BKI or even KUL if they market it well.

 

TR have attracted pax from IPH and KUA for their onward flights beyond SIN.

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