As of November 20th 2019, AirAsia is the connection of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Narita, Japan!
The maiden flight D7552 from klia2 to Tokyo Narita Airport launched at 0015hours, and was flown with AirAsia’s first A330 aircraft equipped with high-speed WiFi services, allowing guests to continuously stream videos and connect to social media services in real-time at 35,000ft in the sky.
AirAsia X Malaysia CEO Benjamin Ismail says,
“We are very proud to provide more options for our guests travelling to Tokyo, Japan, with our four weekly return services to Narita International Airport, complementing our existing services to Tokyo Haneda. This new service signifies our commitment to accelerating our growth in Japan and we are confident the route will be popular, especially for guests exploring Tokyo and the neighbouring northeast region in Tohoku.”
“We wish to thank our airport, tourism and local government partners as well as the authorities for making this route a reality.”
The subsequent flight schedule of KUL to NRT will be a four weekly return service, and will deliver over 150,000 additional visitor seats annually, boosting tourism and economy ahead of next year’s goals of Visit Malaysia 2020 and the Tokyo Olympic Games.
AirAsia X is the largest airline group in Japan’s emerging great value, long haul travel sector, operating close to 110 flights weekly including 12 international and domestic routes to and from Japan.
All-inclusive fares from RM539* for standard seats and RM1,499* for the award-winning Premium Flatbed between Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo Narita are being offered by AirAsia. To enjoy this deal, you must book a flight from now until the 24th of November 2019, for travel through the 28th of March 2020.
* Promotional all-in-fares quoted are AirAsia BIG members-only fares for one-way travel inclusive of taxes. Refer to Terms and Conditions here.
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