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AirAsia to reinstate five more routes connecting Singapore and Malaysia

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SINGAPORE – Air travellers can look forward to furthering improved connectivity between Singapore Malaysia as AirAsia reinstates five more routes between the two countries beginning 16 April 2022. Apart from increasing its Singapore-Kuala Lumpur daily frequency from one to four, the airline will also resume its flights between Singapore and Kuching, Miri, Langkawi, Ipoh and Kota Kinabalu, in line with the Singapore government’s announcement of the Vaccinated Travel Framework.

AirAsia has previously launched a VTL flight each for Singapore-Kuala Lumpur and Singapore-Penang.

The table below shows the full AirAsia flight schedule between Malaysia and Singapore, including both existing flights and new routes*:

*Routes are subjected to regulatory approvals and preparations are underway for inaugurals flight dates.

From now until 3 April, guests can book their flights to Malaysia from as low as SGD67 one way for travel between 16 April 2022 and 25 March 2023 through the ‘Flights’ icon on the airasia Super App. Guests can secure great value flights+hotel deals through the ‘SNAP’ icon on the Super App with savings up to 50% off. Those who prefer to book their hotels separately may check the ‘Hotels’ icon in the app and get an extra 20% off with the promo code [SLAYSTAY20]

Riad Asmat, CEO AirAsia Malaysia said: “AirAsia applauds the exemplary new framework set by the Singapore government. As seen by the success of previous VTL schemes, we hope that the removal of travel restrictions with only minimal testing requirements will make vaccinated travelling easier for everyone. To ensure we fulfil the pent-up demand for air travel across the region, AirAsia is working closely with industry players and government bodies especially  the Singapore Tourism Board, with whom we are collaborating on joint promotional campaigns and leveraging each others’ travellers database to drive more arrivals into Singapore.”

“AirAsia will continue to work closely with the Singapore government as the region transitions into an endemic phase of COVID-19, and we look forward to mounting more flights connecting the republic and the rest of Asean. As we have done so for the past 20 years, serving the underserved has always been part of AirAsia’s DNA and we are committed to reconnecting families and friends across international borders by providing the best deals and lowest fares to our guests.”

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