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2 August 2013
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia                             

AirAsia X, the long-haul, low cost carrier affiliate of the AirAsia Group wishes to inform our guests that our flight operations to Japan (Tokyo & Osaka) and Korea (Seoul & Busan) from Kuala Lumpur and vice versa are operating as per schedule.
AirAsia X is currently operating daily flights to Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, Korea and 4X weekly flights to Osaka, Japan and Busan, Korea.
Azran Osman-Rani, CEO of AirAsia X said, “Our strategy is to grow the North Asian market, in particular Japan and Korea, where we see high growth potential and the opportunity for AAX to become a market leader. Japan is one of our core markets in Asia Pacific which we are confident will continue to grow. Since its inception, AAX has carried a total of over 9 million passengers and we have seen an average passenger load of 85% percent to Tokyo and 81% percent passenger load to Osaka (YTD 2013). AirAsia X will be looking at significant growth in our Japan network by increasing the number of flights into this country by end 2013.”

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