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Farnborough: AirAsia X Sign for 34 A330-900neos

    Farnborough: AirAsia X Sign for 34 A330-900neos

FARNBOROUGH – AirAsia X has today placed an order for 34 additional A330neo aircraft. The order was announced by Kamarudin Meranun, the AirAsia Co-Founder and CEO Tan Sri Raifdah Aziz

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AirAsia X To Increase Flights to Honolulu from Kuala Lumpur

    AirAsia X To Increase Flights to Honolulu from Kuala Lumpur

MIAMI — AirAsia X has announced that it is set to offer seven flights per week to Honolulu (NHL), Hawaii from Kuala Lumpur (KUL), Malaysia via Osaka (KIX), Japan. The

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AirAsia X CEO Says A350 Is Too Expensive, Looks At 787-10

    AirAsia X CEO Says A350 Is Too Expensive, Looks At 787-10

MIAMI — AirAsia X CEO, Tony Fernandes, said on Monday that his airline has no plans to buy Airbus A350 aircraft, even though they still have ten planes remaining in

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AirAsia X to Launch Service to Hawaii in June

    AirAsia X to Launch Service to Hawaii in June

MIAMI — Malaysian low-cost long haul carrier AirAsia X has filed schedules for its recently approved American expansion, with service on the Kuala Lumpur – Osaka Kansai – Honolulu route tentatively

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AirAsia X Places Firm Order for 55 A330neos

    AirAsia X Places Firm Order for 55 A330neos

MIAMI — The long haul affiliate of Asia’s largest low cost airline–AirAsia X has placed a firm order for 55 Airbus A330neo aircraft.

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AirAsia X Orders 25 Airbus A330-300s, Largest Single A330 Order Ever

    AirAsia X Orders 25 Airbus A330-300s, Largest Single A330 Order Ever

MIAMI — AirAsia X and Airbus announced a firm order for 25 A330-300 aircraft on Wednesday. The order will complement

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