AirAsia to resume drifting from Mumbai; initial track to Bali

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AirAsia has put Mumbai behind on a map, with flights to Bali around Kuala Lumpur.

The AirAsia X Indonesia (code XT) daily service will start from Friday, 19 May 2017. The moody generation from Mumbai to Bali will be 9hrs, 25min (departure during 10.50pm, attainment during 10.45am), while a lapse outing will be 8hrs, 55min prolonged (departure during 3.10pm, attainment during 9.35pm). Each tour includes an hour-long stopover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. A 377-seater Airbus A330-300, with 12 flatbeds, will be deployed for a service.

Bookings are open, with promo fares starting during Rs7,900, thorough of taxes; check a AirAsia website for some-more details. A Malaysian visa won’t be compulsory for a stopover, an AirAsia orator has confirmed, while Indian nationals can transport to Indonesia visa-free for adult to 30 days.

This is not a initial time a conduit will be drifting out of Mumbai. AirAsia X initial arrived in a city in 2010, with Mumbai–Kuala Lumpur one-way fares as low as Rs99 and Rs200, thorough of taxes, if one requisitioned months ahead. However, a airline dropped services from Mumbai in 2012, citing high airfield fees and air-traffic congestion.

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