Tuesday, November 6, 2012

More Budget Flights from South India to Kuala Lumpur

Travellers seeking tickets on scheduled flights between South India and Kuala Lumpur will shortly have added options as AirAsia, a low cost airline, has announced its decision to offer more flights between the two destinations. The no-frills carrier that is renowned for offering cheap air tickets for travel within Asia, is mounting its flights frequency from India’s Tiruchi (Tamil Nadu) and Kochi (Kerala) to the Malaysian capital.

A news report in one of India’s leading English states that three more services will be added to Tiruchi-KL and Kochi-KL route. Flights from Tiruchi or Trichy have been increased to 14 times a week from 11 and those on Kochi route is increased to ten flights a week from seven. 

For Trichy, the new flights will become operational from December 2, while those to Kochi will begin from December 1.  

AirAsia is looking to make it even better for the travellers seeking tickets by offering new promotional fares on air tickets to celebrate the increase in the number of flights on India- Malaysia route. Those looking for tickets under the promotional scheme can book till November 11 for the travel period of December 11 to February 5.

These increased flights services are sure to benefit the large number of Indian workers in Malaysia. Other than them, domestic and foreign vacationers can hope to move from one popular holiday destination to another within a budget.

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