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Bangkok DMK - Visakhapatnam 4/7 from 8.12.18

 

6th city in India from DMK after Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Jaipur and Kochi

 

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Bangkok DMK - Bhubaneswar 3/7 from 6.12.18

Krabi - Macao 4/7 from 3.12.18

Krabi - HongKong 3/7 from 2.12.18

ChiangMai - Nanchang 4/7 from 3.12.18

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PT AirAsia Indonesia Extra AOC is now revised to charter only, no longer doing scheduled flight.

 

XT will lease five A320 to QZ, and both A333 will be reassigned to XJ. This would effectively means XT will have zero aircraft in fleet, physically.

Edited by JuliusWong

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XT will lease five A320 to QZ, and both A333 will be reassigned to XJ.

Wow, that means XJ will take these two plus another two aircraft in rapid succession...

 

Maybe they can really use it during the Christmas and CNY peak seasons...

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AirAsia

Kuala Lumpur - Krabi from 3x daily to 4x daily from 8th january
Kuala Lumpur - Male from 7/7 to 10/7 from 8th january
Kuala Lumpur - Macau from 18/7 to 21/7 from 8th january

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Kuala Lumpur - Krabi from 3x daily to 4x daily from 8th january

Kuala Lumpur - Male from 7/7 to 10/7 from 8th january

Kuala Lumpur - Macau from 18/7 to 21/7 from 8th january

AirAsia is reaping in huge profit from all these three destinations!

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Philippines AirAsia

Manila - Bangkok DMK from 7/7 new 11/7
Manila - Macau from 5/7 new 7/7
Manila - Seoul from 7/7 new 10/7

Manila - Jakarta 7/7 canx
All changes around Nov/ Dec

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AirAsia further connects Sabah to Southwest China
SEPANG, 19 October 2018 - AirAsia has further expanded its connectivity from Sabah to Southwest China with the launch of a new direct route from Kota Kinabalu to Kunming commencing 30 November 2018.
The four times weekly direct flights from Kota Kinabalu to Kunming marks AirAsia Group’s fourth route into the capital of Yunnan province after Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand. It is also AirAsia’s 10th international route from its Kota Kinabalu hub.

 

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AirAsia further connects Sabah to Southwest China
SEPANG, 19 October 2018 - AirAsia has further expanded its connectivity from Sabah to Southwest China with the launch of a new direct route from Kota Kinabalu to Kunming commencing 30 November 2018.
The four times weekly direct flights from Kota Kinabalu to Kunming marks AirAsia Group’s fourth route into the capital of Yunnan province after Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand. It is also AirAsia’s 10th international route from its Kota Kinabalu hub.

 

 

 

seems like they follow the footsteps of OD... maybe next will be Nanning and Changsa. :pardon:

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Those OD flights, as far as we have been told, are chartered operations, ie. time limited

Maybe AK people know about things we do not ? :)

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AK can just try and axe the route whenever it is not profitable, which is pretty normal for AK, launch it, and axe it if it is not making profit. it wont be the first time they do it, and it won't be the last.

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AK can just try and axe the route whenever it is not profitable, which is pretty normal for AK, launch it, and axe it if it is not making profit. it wont be the first time they do it, and it won't be the last.

Normal lah for every airline. Even SQ and CX do that.

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Ipoh-Singapore 4/7 from 2nd December

 

Philippines AirAsia

 

Manila-Shenzhen 4/7 from 1st December

 

Thai AirAsia

 

Bangkok DMK-Colombo 4/7 from 14th December

 

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just that it is a tat more frequent for AK, that's it

 

Its normal when you open 10 new routes that some of them are not working....and AK is not MAS where the taxpayer pay the loss or Malindo where this rich indonesian guy pay the bill!

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Its normal when you open 10 new routes that some of them are not working....and AK is not MAS where the taxpayer pay the loss or Malindo where this rich indonesian guy pay the bill!

It's ok if they offer near full refund. But Ak always insist on credit transfer for an alternate route. I always inform my friends and relative not to book hotels so quickly when flying on LCCs and even FSCs with newly launch routes until the routes have been flying out for at least 6months plus and loads look good. You always hear them complaining its not fair to consumers etc but that's how airlines will continue to operate if people keep continue to haul for the bargain tickets.

Edited by jahur

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I can tell you how it is here in the european union: If the airline canx the flight at least 14 days in front...they dont need to offer you an alternative flight! Just refund.

But now were going off topic,,,

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I can tell you how it is here in the european union: If the airline canx the flight at least 14 days in front...they dont need to offer you an alternative flight! Just refund.

But now were going off topic,,,

I actually prefer refund over credits. AirAsia on the other hand always uses credit refunds via their Big frequent flier programme for terminated routes. Affected travelers would have to claim it quickly and use it to fly to another similar AirAsia destination in terms of flying hours. Preference might be different for other travelers though.

 

Back to topic, believe Kathmandu should be feasible if the a320neo is used? D7 is pulling out.

Edited by jahur

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Indonesia AirAsia from December 2018 is adding service to Malaysia, with the offering of Banda Aceh – Kuala Lumpur route. The airline will operate this route on daily basis from 10DEC18, in addition to existing 10 weekly flights operated by AirAsia (AK).

 

QZ271 BTJ1110 – 1345KUL 320 D

QZ270 KUL1015 – 1040BTJ 320 D

 

 

source: airlineroute

Philippines AirAsia from January 2019 plans to offer new route to South Korea, which sees the airline filed Clark – Seoul Incheon schedule. From 19JAN19, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.

 

Z25038 CRK1750 – 2235ICN 320 246

Z25039 ICN2335 – 0235+1CRK 320 246

 

 

source:airlineroute

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