Australia continues to play a big part in AirAsia’s expansion plans with the airline announcing ANOTHER non-stop flight from one of the country’s major cities.

Following recently confirmed Lombok-Perth and Gold Coast-Kuala Lumpur services, AirAsia has revealed plans to fly between Bangkok and Brisbane.

Commencing 25 June 2019, it will be operated on the low-cost carrier’s long-haul affiliate, Thai AirAsia X, and will run four times weekly – XJ310 from Bangkok to Brisbane on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, and XJ311 from Brisbane to Bangkok on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Group Chief Executive, Nadda Buranasiri, said the new route will increase traffic between Queensland and Thailand while also providing a low-cost option for Queenslanders to explore Bangkok.

“We look forward to working with Brisbane Airport, the Queensland Government and the local tourism industry to make these new services a success.”

Nadda Buranasiri, AirAsia X Group Chief Executive

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To celebrate the new service, AirAsia has launched special sale fares from Brisbane to Bangkok starting at just AU$239.

 

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