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Air Asia X Defies Economic Dramas to Fly You 'Round the World
The corridors at Air Asia X are obviously ringing with the words "What economic crisis?" – just a month or so into their cheap London to Kuala Lumpur service, the greedily-expanding long-haul LCC says demand for the flights is so high that they're going to go daily starting in July.
We can't be surprised that everyone wants to jump on this route when there are ticket prices as low as £149 ($220) to get you from London to Malaysia, with plenty of possibilities to grab another even cheaper ticket to get to other parts of Asia or even Australia. If you add a V Australia flight up to Los Angeles you've practically got a budget airline round-the-world fare and that's exciting stuff.
Don't forget we've heard stories about Air Asia X itself getting in on the US market with budget long-hauls from Kuala Lumpur to NY and CA, too. Perhaps these ultra-cheap flights will really take off (pardon the pun) while we're all being Scrooges and Air Asia X's arrogance will turn out to be just the right attitude – they'll own the air.
· Air Asia X To Launch Daily Stansted-Kuala Lumpur Services [Peanuts]
· Air Asia X Launches Low-Cost, Long-Haul Service [Jaunted]
· Air Asia X Wants to Long-Haul You From New York and California [Jaunted]