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Air Asia X aims to obtain market leadership in North Asia

September 11, 2013 by Keem - Category News

Air Asia X provides long haul, international flights to travellers operating from one of the world's best low cost airline – Air Asia. 'Now everyone can fly (Xtra long!)' may seem like a cheesy slogan but the company is trying its best to make it happen literally, by expanding its services from time to time.

The main hub for Air Asia X in Malaysia is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Air Asia X offers services to as much as 80 destinations (20 countries) up–to–date. Next month, Air Asia X will begin flying to and from Adelaide, Australia joining in the team of Darwin, Perth, Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne and now, Air Asia X has its eyes on the market in North Asia, mainly Japan and South Korea. In fact, by the end of this year, the number of operating flights to and from Japan will be increased.

"We aim to be the market leader to connect Southeast Asia with North Asia in markets like South Korea, China and Japan; and Australia in the south," said the Air Asia X CEO Azran Osman-Rani. Air Asia X has confident that the market in Japan will not cease growing and it has been statistically proven. According to Mr. Azran, the average passenger load to Tokyo and Osaka are 85% and 81% respectively since the commencement of Air Asia X services.

Apart from the expansion, another good news is that starting from October in this very year, There will be no changes to the scheduled flights for now, which are daily flights to Tokyo and Seoul as well as four weekly flights to Osaka and Busan. If you’re bitten by a travel bug already and you would like to visit Japan or South Korea, waste no time and go to eVisa Asia to learn more about the process and requirements of a Japan or a South Korea tourist visa.