AirAsia X confident of success of Kuala Lumpur-Tehran route

Published on : Wednesday, June 22, 2016

AirAsia X BhdAirAsia X It’s not even a day that the first AirAsia X flight on Kuala Lumpur-Tehran route took off and the airline is already confident of the success of route. AirAsiaX’s new Malaysia-Iran route took off with flight D7 776 on June 21.

“The airline is confident that this new route would stimulate new travel demand and boost tourism and business potential for us and the two countries,” AirAsia X Head of Commercial, Arik De, said in a statement.

He added, “The commencement of this route is timed perfectly to complement the group’s growing flight network in Kuala Lumpur, where the connectivity with ASEAN, China and Australia are being optimised with the new destinations and frequencies that we have introduced across the short and long haul network.”

“Iran is a huge market to tap into and we will look forward to deepening our footprint in the region, and ensuring Malaysians and other citizens of ASEAN can fly further with us,” Arik De said.

Tehran city is the capital of Iran and a bustling metropolis of 14 million people. The cosmopolitan city houses many great museums, parks and amazing local restaurants that will leave all visitors enchanted.


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