AirAsia increase Kuala Lumpur – Tiruchirapalli flight frequencies

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AirAsia increase Kuala Lumpur – Tiruchirappalli flight frequencies

AirAsia is increasing its flight frequencies from Kuala Lumpur to Tiruchirapali (Trichy), India from 11x weekly to 14x weekly, effective from 26 May 2013. The additional flight frequencies, available on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, is open for booking with promotional all-in-fares offered from as low as *RM129 one way. This promotion is only applicable for flights on the aforementioned days.

Booking is open from now until 17 April 2012, for the travel period from 26 May – 30 September 2013. Booking for this promotion is available at http://www.airasia.com, as well as via AirAsia’s mobile booking platforms through WAP enabled phones at mobile.airasia.com and AirAsia apps on iPhone and Android devices.

With the additional flight frequencies, flight AK1235 departs Kuala Lumpur at 2.45pm and touches down in Trichy at 4.00pm. The return flight, AK1236, departs Trichy at 4.30pm and arrives in Kuala Lumpur at 11.00pm.

The Kuala Lumpur – Trichy additional flight frequencies will give immense benefit to Indian nationals working and living in Malaysia and across the region. The airline’s low fares, extensive route network and enhanced flight times makes it convenient to connect from Kuala Lumpur to Trichy and vice versa.

Those planning for a holiday and looking for a destination with a difference should visit Trichy, a city rich in culture and history. History aficionados may get to see up-close, remnants of the Carnatic War and enjoy British and French cultures abundantly reflected in the community. One of the most significant tourist attraction the Rockfort Temple, located high on a rock overseeing over the classic city of Trichy.

Trichy is also a flourishing commercial centre famed for its wooden and clay toys, handmade cloths, artificial diamonds, cigars, and glass bangles, making it a great shopping destination. The Flower Bazaar at Srirangam presents great photo opportunities, and a walk down the over a century old Gandhi market will enable one to experience the distinctive character of local trade.

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