May 26, 2016

Now Everyone can Fly to Mauritius


I have great news for those who love beautiful islands in the sun and beach holidays!!! 

I was at the Acme Bar & Coffee over at the Troika yesterday morning where AirAsia X announced that Mauritius will be the next idyllic place it will connect directly from Kuala Lumpur, with three times weekly flights commencing 4 October 2016*. 


This brand new destination will be operated on the Airbus A330-300 with a capacity of 377 seats, inclusive of 12 award-winning Premium Flatbeds, and marks the AirAsia X Group’s 22nd destination throughout its route network. 


His Excellency Issop Patel, High Commissioner of Mauritius for Malaysia was the one who launched this brand new destination at the press conference I attended accompanied by Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, Group Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X and Benyamin Ismail, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X Berhad. 


Introductory all-in-fares from as low as RM299** one-way on standard seats and from RM999** one-way for the Premium Flatbeds were also launched during the event, these promotional fares are available for booking from 26 May to 5 June 2016. 

These promotional fares will be available online at airasia.com as well as AirAsia’s mobile app on iPhone and Android devices, and the mobile site mobile.airasia.com. The travel period for this promotion will be from 4 October 2016* until 22 May 2017. 

So be sure to book your seats now... you really should not miss this great offer!!!


Benyamin Ismail said at the press conference, “At AirAsia X, we aim to provide everyone with the opportunity to fly further at the most affordable rate. We are very proud to be the only airline to offer nonstop direct flights on this route, and to add Mauritius into our growing list of nonstop travel options from Kuala Lumpur. We are sure that the announcement of this route will definitely excite the market, especially here in Malaysia. Apart from that, the flight to the paradise of Mauritius is perfectly timed to connect to all points in our vast network in Asia and Australasia using the FlyThru service.” 





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