Mumbai back on Air Asia map with flights to Bali
29 May 2017 16:21:32
MUMBAI: After it pulled out flights from Mumbai five years ago citing steep costs, low-cost carrier Air Asia is all set to return to the city's congested airport with daily flights to Kuala Lumpur scheduled to begin in a fortnight.
The Mumbai-Kuala Lumpur flights will be operated by Air Asia X Indonesia (code XT). The airline has started marketing Mumbai-Bali flights (stopover at Kuala Lumpur, total flight time: 9 hours, 25 minutes) with a one-way, promo fare of Rs 7,900, taxes included. A Malaysian visa is not required for this quick stopover and Indian nationals can travel visa-free to Bali for up to 30 days, said an Air Asia spokesperson.
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