From now till 30 April, AirAsia offers one-way, fixed-priced tickets at RM199 and RM249 for destinations in Sabah & Sarawak from Kuala Lumpur & Johor Bharu.
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With Ramadhan coming in a few weeks, Raya is not that far away.
Tired of skipping Eid with your family in Sabah and Sarawak because the tickets are expensive during the festive season? Worry not, AirAsia has got your back.
AirAsia has recently announced additional flights with fixed fares to help connect families this upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri period.
The ticket prices are fixed from RM199 and RM249 one way from Peninsular Malaysia to Sarawak and Sabah respectively.
You can book your flights from now until 30 April for travel between 19 to 21 April 2023 and 28 to 30 April 2023.
For more info on the flight schedules from Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bharu to Sabah and Sarawak, take a look at their details here.
Guests travelling during the Eid period are advised to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before their scheduled departure time to avoid congestion. They are also highly encouraged to self-check in using the AirAsia Super App, available as early as 14 days before departure.
In line with the government’s efforts to lower the fares during the festive season
Minister of Transport, Anthony Loke said that this is his second time officiating AirAsia’s special ‘fixed fares’ for the festive season this year and he is deeply pleased that AirAsia is staying true to their commitment to support the government’s initiative to lower fares during these peak travel periods.
These fixed fares will enable thousands of people to ‘balik kampung’ and reunite with their nearest and dearest in an affordable manner.Anthony Loke, Minister of Transport Malaysia
I implore other industry players to follow suit and bring down the cost of travel ‒ particularly during the festive periods for more folks to enjoy making precious memories with their friends and families.
Group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Group Limited, Bo Lingam also said that while the festive season is a time when the travel industry will hike up their prices, AirAsia is always committed to connecting guests with their loved ones at affordable prices.
He also thanked his Allstars team for dedicating their careers to providing world-class services to their guests in the last 21 years of operation.
We’re now at 164 aircraft as a group and our fleet number will be back to the full 229 in coming months – where we’ll be able to fly even more people at our award-winning low fares.Bo Lingam, Group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Group Limited
My sincerest gratitude goes out to the Ministry for supporting AirAsia in our efforts to enable everyone to fly home this Raya.
We wish all those celebrating a very happy Hari Raya and hope you all enjoy this special time with your families, and make sure to tuck into some delicious rendang
So peeps, plan your balik kampung trips wisely for this Raya!
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