AirAsia X offers free seats to Bali from Mumbai
Free seats (pay only fees and taxes) available now on airasia.com, AirAsia mobile apps, and authorized travel agents for booking made until 8 May 2017 and traveling from 19 to 31 May 2017.
MUMBAI, 3 May 2017 – AirAsia X today announced the launch of a new daily service between
Mumbai and Bali, Indonesia with celebratory free seats* promotion. The new route between India’s largest city and financial capital, Mumbai to Bali, Indonesia will be operated by AirAsia X Indonesia (flight code XT) starting 19 May 2017 using an Airbus A330-300 aircraft with seat capacity of 365 economy seats and 12 Premium flatbed seats.
AirAsia X Indonesia CEO, Captain Sulistyo Nugroho Hanung said, “AirAsia X Indonesia is pleased to offer guests with this new daily flights between Mumbai and Bali, Indonesia. We are so delighted to offer free seats on this route and hope that many will take advantage of this opportunity to travel to our beautiful island destination. We see this route as promising, as it opens connectivity for India’s billion population to their dream holiday destinations eastward. This newly launched route is also partly to answer the increasing demand of tourists from India coming to Bali.”
Hanung adds, “This new route that will strenghten connectivity between the two countries also
underlines AirAsia’s continuous commitment to enhance tourism and economy in the region.”
Following this new route announcement, guests can now travel from Mumbai to Bali, Indonesia with a quick stopover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Malaysian visa is not required for this quick stopover and Indian nationals can travel visa-free to Bali, Indonesia for up to 30 days, making traveling for all Indian national guests a breeze.
Bali has long been known to be the island of paradise due to its heaven-like nature extravagance combining the volcanic hill sides adorned with rice paddy fields all the way to the shores of pristine beaches nestled by cliffs naturally carved by the Indian Ocean waves. The tranquility of this place sure has mesmerized millions of tourists to visit each year and drove people to keep coming back, especially to achieve a rejuvenated soul; an effect tourists mostly found through the charming Balinese persona, exquisite home cooked food, the endless days of sun, the nature, and the long lived religious traditions of Balinese Hindu majority.
Bali is also popular amongst people seeking good quality holiday, star hotels and resorts in surprisingly affordable rates. It is also famous for international wedding, conference, family-friendly gateway or privately secluded rooms for honeymooners, in addition to the abundance of budget-friendly accommodations.
The launch of Mumbai-Bali network inadvertently opens not only Mumbai to Bali but also AirAsia Group’s connectivity in Bali. Bali is one of AirAsia's hubs connecting the island directly to other destinations in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Solo, Medan, and Bandung, and also further to Darwin and Perth in Australia.
Free seats* promotion to Bali from Mumbai or vice versa is available for booking from now until 8 May 2017, for travelling period of 19 to 31 May 2017 at AirAsia.com, AirAsia mobile app, and authorized travel agents.
For more information on Bali and Indonesia please visit www.indonesia.travel. Please book your AirAsia seat and inflight preference at airasia.com or AirAsia mobile apps on your gadget.