Air Asia starts flights to Indonesia

20th Jun 2007

Malaysia’s budget airline Air Asia will start serving the Kuala Lumpur - Banda Aceh and Johar Baru-Palembang routes in August this year. Meanwhile, its Indonesian subsidiary Indonesia Air Asia said it will serve the Jakarta-Medan-Banda Aceh route, offering flights on its Boeing 737 and Airbus 320 aircraft.


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