Call Sign : FAX AIR
Country: Malaysia

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FlyAsianXpress, operator of AirAsia's new long-haul, low-cost AirAsia X subsidiary, confirmed its order for 10 A330-300s for delivery starting late next year.
former regional airline FlyAsianXpress in 2007 to operate long haul services with a fleet of Airbus A330-300s.
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FlyAsianXpress (FAX) was an airline based in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. It operated services on some of the smaller routes dropped by national carrier Malaysia Airlines.
flyasianxpress also functioning from that airport.
FlyAsianXpress is appointed by AirAsia Bhd as a sub-contractor to handle turboprop operations, which previously handled the rural air services in Sabah and Sarawak.
low-cost long-haul service to be operated by FlyAsianXpress (FAX) in which he has a 50 percent interest. Kamarudin said AirAsia, which has a market value of about MYR3.
by FlyAsianXpress as a franchise of AirAsia. It will offer long-haul services from Kuala Lumpur to Europe using Airbus A330 and with fares starting from RM9.
airport is a major hub for FlyAsianXpress (FAX) which took over most of the mainly rural domestic services from Malaysia Airlines.
FlyasianXpress, a domestic Malaysian carrier controlled by the major owners of low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd, could enter into a tie-up with easyJet and the Virgin group, a source familiar with the plan said on Wednesday.
FlyAsianXpress, a domestic carrier controlled by the major owners of low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd (AIRA.
FlyAsianXpress (FAX) and Amadeus have signed an agreement by which the airline will distribute and sell its seats through the Amadeus system, in order to reach a wider international market.
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"Effectively, this will put FlyAsianXpress on par on the Net with some of the biggest airlines in the world in terms of visibility and accessibility," Brett said.
A 'Flexi' airline, FlyAsianXpress gives its customers the comforts of traditional air travel they demand at prices they can afford.
FlyAsianXpress, operator of AirAsiaX, currently operates domestic Malaysian services. It is owned by Fernandes and other senior AirAsia executives.
FlyAsianXpress (FAX) is a small airline serving rural routes in East Malaysia which will cease its rural service operation on October and focuses on AirAsia X.
You are advised to book online with FlyAsianXpress in advance, & yes, it's better you book it when you are in UK.
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FlyAsianXpress, under Air Asia, flies extensively to remote areas in East Malaysia using their smaller planes which is possible to land on the Short Take-Off and Landing Airports (STOL).
when it commences operations in July 2007,'' FlyAsianXpress said in a statement.
Malaysian domestic airline FlyAsianXpress (FAX) will launch in July a low-cost longhaul service, AirAsia X, to fly to destinations in India, China and Europe, the firm said.