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HURRY! THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BE ON THE BRANSON FLIGHT!
 
The once in a life time opportunity at MYR1, 308* (AUD399*) one way is up for grabs for a good cause

SEPANG, 2 MAY 2013 – This is your last chance to be on the Branson flight! Aviation history will be made on Sunday, 12 May, 2013, as AirAsia X’s flight D7 237 departs Perth for Kuala Lumpur at 06:50 (WST) with Sir Richard Branson serving on board as a flight attendant complete with make-up, a pair of high heels and freshly smooth legs!
 
Sir Richard Branson will strut his stuff on a special AirAsia X charity flight from Perth to Kuala Lumpur after losing a friendly bet to AirAsia Group Chief Executive Officer, Tony Fernandes more than two years ago next month!

Fares will cost MYR1,308* (AUD399*) one way, with AUD100 from each seat to be donated by AirAsia X to the Starlight Children’s Foundation in Australia. The airline will also donate 10% of all inflight sales including duty free merchandise sold on board the flight to the foundation. Guests will also have an opportunity to make donations on board the special flight.

Come and join us for this once in a lifetime opportunity to meet two of the most illustrious characters in aviation and make history, 35,000 feet in the sky all in the name of charity. The flight is available for booking online at www.airasia.com for travel on 12 May, 2013.
 
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