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Have just paid $830 from syd to bkk return all fees and taxes included , direct on thai airways departing late april and returning mid may . Its even cheaper if you fly emirates . Id fly with emirates but the flight times dont suit me . I use a Thai travel agent in sydney that is very popular with sydneys thai population . Her name is Sonia .

 

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86 Rosehill St, Redfern, NSW 2016

Eastern Suburbs

p: 02 9310 7941

 

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Have just paid $830 from syd to bkk return all fees and taxes included , direct on thai airways departing late april and returning mid may . Its even cheaper if you fly emirates . Id fly with emirates but the flight times dont suit me . I use a Thai travel agent in sydney that is very popular with sydneys thai population . Her name is Sonia .

 

Detour Holidays

 

86 Rosehill St, Redfern, NSW 2016

Eastern Suburbs

p: 02 9310 7941

 

[email protected]

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Sydneysiders rejoiced today as budget airline AirAsia X has revealed they will be launching new routes directly from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur.

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The long-anticipated announcement came today at a press conference atop Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art overlooking the spectacular Harbour.

AirAsia X Group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes happily broke the news to airline partners and the media, commenting “The city has been a priority for AirAsia X due to the high demand for direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney”.

The airline already flies out of other major Australian hubs of Perth, Melbourne and the Gold Coast, however the Sydney route will be the only direct flight they offer to Asia.

Offering fares as low as $99 economy one way starting this April, other international carriers will have a hard time matching the budget airline.

“Australia is a key market for AirAsia X and the Sydney route has long been a priority due to strong demand from Sydneysiders who have been screaming out for more competition.”

Kuala Lumpur is the major gateway for over 80 international destinations, so the new route means more than just cheap flights to Asia; it will make travelling anywhere is the world more affordable for Aussies.

“Our goal has always been to make international travel affordable for everyone, and now Sydneysiders can access Kuala Lumpur which is the gateway to exotic destinations across our growing network at affordable low fares.”The fares went on sale today and will be available until the 22nd, but hurry to grab a bargain as there is no doubt these seats will sell out

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