Thai AirAsia X (flight code XJ), the popular low fare medium-to-long haul carrier, announces it is ready to resume services and is relaunching by transferring operations to Suvarnabhumi International Airport to offer guests better affordability and convenience.
The move would create new opportunities for growth by establishing more travel connections with best value fares for Thai AirAsia X guests. The airline returns to the skies post pandemic with its two highly anticipated routes, Suvarnabhumi (BKK) – Seoul (ICN) South Korea, flying three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays commencing 1 June 2022, and Suvarnabhumi (BKK) – Narita (NRT) Japan, flying four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays commencing 5 June 2022.
Thai AirAsia X is heralding its return with a special promotion offering members flights to Seoul from only 2,990 THB per trip (or from 3,030 THB for non-members) and to Tokyo Narita from only 3,290 THB per trip (or from 3,330 THB per trip for non-members) with unlimited flight changes and no flight change fee. Guests may be subject to a fare difference. Guests are always recommended to plan ahead and book early in order to secure the best value deals with all AirAsia. Book now at special promotional rates today until 1 May 2022 for travel from 1 June – 30 October 2022 bia the airasia Super App.
Dr. Patima Jeerapaet, CEO of Thai AirAsia X said: “As International borders now gradually reopening, we are excited to be or service again to our guests and they can now prepare to fly again to some of the most popular international destinations and as always, at the best value fares.
“This is an incredible milestone. With Thailand officially reopening and the COVID-19 situation now under control thanks to widespread vaccination, we are thrilled that Thai AirAsia X is finally returning to the skies commencing with two route to be the much anticipated destinations, namely Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo Narita, Japan both departing from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.. Travellers will be able to fly on these very popular routes by complying with the requirements without needing to quarantine, which creates a wonderful opportunity for tourism-led economic rebound for these three nations.
“The return of Thai AirAsia X is a very exciting development, as is our move to Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which makes us the first Thai Low Cost long haul carrier to operate from the main airport of Bangkok. The move has provided us with opportunities to enhance travel as well as our cargo business.” Mr. Patima said.
Travellers may enter South Korea with more relaxed travel requirements including without quarantine. Guests are encouraged to visit www.k-eta.go.kr and cov19ent.kdca.go.kr for more information. For entering Japan, updated travel requirements can be found are encouraged to further information can be found at www.mofa.go.jp/ca/cp/page22e_000925.html
The government of Thailand also has recently eased travel requirements for tourists entering Thailand including the removal of pre-departure tests and replacement of RT-PCR tests to the ATK, and no quarantine requirement. Further information can be found at Thailand lifts RT-PCR testing requirement for international arrivals from 1 May 2022.