first_imgTravelling to The US From 20 January 2017 onwards?Travelling to The US From 20 January 2017 onwards? Elect for a holiday in Asia insteadLeading low-cost airline AirAsia X is offering Aussie holiday makers who have a trip booked to the USA the opportunity to elect to switch their destination to Asia, for only the cost of airport taxes and surcharges*.Holiday makers who are booked to travel to the USA from 20 January 2017 (Donald Trump’s Inauguration day) until 31 May 2017 can apply to Make Their Holiday Great Again through a special email address and can fly to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on the same dates*, instead of taking their planned US trip.A collegial 270 seats are available to the willing and successful travelling parties.Interested holiday makers are encouraged to apply or seek more information by emailing Travellers will need to supply a copy of their confirmed return itinerary from Australia to the United States and matching passports. AirAsia X will book them a flight to Kuala Lumpur from Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast or Perth on those same dates*.AirAsia X Head of Commercial Arik De said, “US citizens have spoken and whilst there is some uncertainty in the markets there should be none when it comes to your holiday plans.“If you’re considering putting your US travel plans on hold why not consider an Asian holiday instead?’This special offer is only available for those who apply until midnight Sunday 13th November. All travellers will have to pay is the applicable airport taxes and surcharges. Luggage, meals, or other in-flight services are additional.*Terms and conditions apply. Seats are limited and not available on all flights/days or at peak periods. Offer is applicable for existing travel between 20/1/17 to 31/5/17. Airport taxes and surcharges, baggage, meals and other inflight services are extra. Visit for applicable charges. AirAsiaAbout AirAsia X AirAsia X is the long-haul, low-cost affiliate carrier of the AirAsia Group that currently flies to destinations in the Asia Pacific region. The airline currently serves 19 destinations across Asia (Haneda, Osaka, Sapporo, Seoul, Busan, Taipei, Xian, Beijing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Shanghai, New Delhi and Kathmandu), Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Gold Coast), New Zealand (Auckland) and the Middle East (Jeddah). AirAsia X operates a core fleet of 30 A330-300s, each with a seat configuration of 12 Premium Flatbeds and 365 Economy seats. The airline has carried over 19 million guests since it commenced long-haul service in 2007. AirAsia X was awarded the “World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Cabin” and “Best Low Cost Airline Premium Seat” at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards for three consecutive years from 2013 – 2015.  AirAsia group is the first airline globally to collaborate with INTERPOL to implement the I-Checkit system to screen the passports of all its prospective passengers against information contained in the world police body’s Stolen and Lost Travel Documents (SLTD) database.Source = AirAsia Xlast_img

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