Home AirAsia Travel AirAsia reunites families with fixed low fares as low as RM298 only this Chinese New Year
Home AirAsia Travel AirAsia reunites families with fixed low fares as low as RM298 only this Chinese New Year

AirAsia reunites families with fixed low fares as low as RM298 only this Chinese New Year

Fly to seven destinations between Peninsular and East Malaysia with one-way fixed low fares* of RM298 to Sarawak and RM348 to Sabah from 5 to 15 February 2024

(From left to right) Karen Chan, Group Chief Commercial Officer of AirAsia, YB Anthony Loke, Minister of Transport of Malaysia and Bo Lingam, Group Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Aviation Group Limited at the launch of AirAsia's Chinese New Year Fixed Low Fares for Late-Night Flights at AirAsia RedQ, Sepang today.

AirAsia recently launched it much-anticipated fixed low fares for late-night flights to reunite families affordably this Chinese New Year between Peninsular and East Malaysia.

Fly home this Chinese New Year between Kuala Lumpur and Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu or Miri, as well as between Johor Bahru and Kuching, Sibu or Miri at RM298* one-way and between Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan or Tawau, also between Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu at RM348* one-way, starting from 5 to 15 February 2024.

In addition to 134 late-night flights at fixed low fares to seven popular destinations in East Malaysia, AirAsia is also operating 408 flights weekly with regular fares to Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan in support of the government’s festive season initiative.

Minister of Transport, YB Anthony Loke said: “We are pleased to recognise AirAsia as one of the pioneer airlines in our country that consistently supports the government’s initiatives to ensure Malaysians can travel with affordable and reasonable fares, especially during the festive season. The airline’s fixed low fares initiative is also in line with the government’s FLYsiswa programme to subsidise RM300 for the purchase of flight tickets for public university students and the RM599 base-fare** subsidy scheme for the purchase of one-way economy class flight tickets to East Malaysia as announced last year. This synergy between the government and industry players is essential for fostering a robust and dynamic aviation sector that contributes significantly to the overall progress and prosperity of the nation. Thus, we look forward to continuously working with all industry stakeholders for the better welfare of all Malaysians.”

Group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Group, Bo Lingam said: “As we usher in the Lunar New Year, we are committed to strengthening our support in flying our guests back home to reunite with their families affordably. Today, we are pleased to reintroduce the fixed low fares for late-night flights between Peninsular and East Malaysia with around 25,000 seats for the upcoming festive period. We thank the government for their steadfast encouragement, which empowers us to continue making travel accessible for all, ensuring families can reunite joyfully and affordably during this important time.”

Guests who are travelling this festive season are highly encouraged to self check-in using the airasia Superapp, which is available as early as 14 days before the departure date and use the e-Boarding Pass to board the flight. For a seamless flying experience, enrol into FACES via the airasia Superapp to be eligible for the EZ Pass special lanes at airport inspection and boarding.

*Promotional fixed low fares quoted are for one-way travel inclusive of airport taxes, MAVCOM fees, fuel surcharges, and other applicable fees. Other terms and conditions apply.
**Flights with base fares that cost less than RM599 will be sold at the current fare. Fares include 20kg check-in baggage. Fares are non-refundable and subject to other terms and conditions. All-in one-way fare starts from RM674 including government taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharge, and other applicable fees. The subsidy is applicable for the travel period from 7, 8, and 9 February 2024.

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