New Budget Carrier to Take Off This Summer

AirAsia X, a newly created long-haul budget airline owned by Fly Asian Express, will start flying to China and Britain in July. The carrier will collaborate with its parent company on routes and plans include route expansions to Australia, India and other parts of Europe. It is expected that AirAsia X will fly 500,000 passengers in its first year of service. Visit [www.airasia.com].

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