Thailand’s AirAsia X franchise considers more Japan routes

Credit: Courtesy, Airbus
New low-cost long-haul carrier (LCC) Thai AirAsia X is making plans for additional frequencies and destinations next year, enabled by the arrival of more Airbus A330s in its fleet. The carrier—a joint venture part-owned by Malaysia’s AirAsia X—was established in June and operates two A330-300s. It...

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