AirAsia, a no frills airline, is increasing its flight frequency from Tiruchi and Kochi (two popular cities in South India) to Kuala Lumpur. Each route will get three more flights, resulting in added tickets options for travellers.

AirAsia Increases Flights to South IndiaBudget travellers looking for cheap connections from South India to Kuala Lumpur will have more options very soon. AirAsia, a low cost airline based in Malaysia that is renowned for offering economical flights tickets in the region, is increasing its frequency from Tiruchi (Tamil Nadu) and Kochi (Kerala) to the Malaysian capital.

Three more services will be added to each route of the carrier. The flight frequency from Tiruchi or Trichy has been augmented to 14 times a week from 11 times, while those looking for tickets on Kochi flights will have the alternative of ten services a week from seven, says a report in The Hindu, leading English daily in India.

The news report confirmed the date of new flights from Trichy as December 2, while those from Kerala’s coastal city as December 1.

Making it even better for budget travellers looking for cheap air tickets, AirAsia is doling out a special promotion on air tickets to celebrate the rise in the number of flights on India– Malaysia route. Ticket seekers can book these special fares till November 11 for the travel period of December 11 to February 5.

While the increased services from the Indian cities to Kuala Lumpur is going to put big smiles on the faces of locals in both the places, foreign holiday makers in the region too can hope to move from one popular destination to another within the walls of affordability.

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