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Daily direct Kuala Lumpur-Quanzhou service, commencing May 1

 Malaysia's low-cost carrier AirAsia is set to fly to Quanzhou city in China's southeastern Fujian province with a daily direct service from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur commencing May 1, the airline announced on Monday.   AirAsia Malaysia Chief Executive Officer Riad Asmat said the Kuala Lumpur-Quanzhou service further grows its footprint of unique destinations in China and provides greater accessibility to Malaysian and Chinese travelers.   "AirAsia has been championing connectivity to China's secondary cities such as Guilin,

AirAsia plans new services to Chinese cities incl. Xiamen by June

AirAsia is eyeing to increase passenger volume in the Philippines by 50% this year, a top official said.     "I just turned 50 and I still have the energy to live in the next 50 years. Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines should watch out for that growth," AirAsia Group Chief Executive Officer Anthony F. Fernandes said in jest during a press conference here Friday.   He said the designation of Kalibo Airport in Aklan as the airline's secondary hub in the country will open new opportunities.   "We have a very exciting plan outside of Manila

AirAsia to launch flights from Kalibo to Xiamen

AirAsia announced (25-Mar-2014) plans to establish a secondary hub at the Philippines' Kalibo Airport, following expansion of facilities at the airport, including three additional aircraft parking bays.   The airline will base crew and at least two aircraft in Kalibo by the end of Jun-2014, expand services to China, Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan and increase domestic Kalibo services to 13 times daily. The airline aims to operate 320 services per week at the airport by Jul-2014.   The carrier intends to commence service between Kalibo and Changsha, Chengdu,

AirAsia to launch flights from Kalibo to Xiamen

AirAsia announced (25-Mar-2014) plans to establish a secondary hub at the Philippines' Kalibo Airport, following expansion of facilities at the airport, including three additional aircraft parking bays. The airline will base crew and at least two aircraft in Kalibo by the end of Jun-2014, expand services to China, Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan and increase domestic Kalibo services to 13 times daily. The airline aims to operate 320 services per week at the airport by Jul-2014. The carrier intends to commence service between Kalibo and Changsha, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou,
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