KUALA LUMPUR, 23 November 2021: AirAsia will resume a daily flight schedule from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore to support the Vaccinated Travel Lane on the route Kuala Lumpur – Singapore due to commence 29 November.

Last week, Malaysia and Singapore announced the commencement
of the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) between the two countries, paving the way
for the resumption of flights on one of the busiest shuttle routes in the
world.

The airline will add more routes from other cities in
Malaysia, and frequencies will increase as travel demand grows in line with the
reopening of more leisure destinations subject to approval from the
authorities.

AirAsia will operate designated VTL flights according to the
following schedules:

Guests can book their flights to Singapore from just MYR85
one way for travel between 29 November 2021 and 26 March 2022 through the
‘Flights’ icon on the AirAsia Super App.

Guests can also secure competitive prices for flights+hotel
deals through the ‘SNAP’ icon on the Super App with savings from up to 30% off.

Travellers who prefer to book their hotels separately may
check the ‘Hotels’ icon in the app and get an extra 10% off with the promo code
AAHOTEL10.

Guests can also book their rides to and fro the airport from just MY55 by using AirAsia ride, by clicking on the ‘Ride’ icon on the AirAsia Super App.

Fully vaccinated travellers from Malaysia who wish to travel
to Singapore must meet the requirements set by Singapore prior to purchasing
their flights and upon arrival.

AirAsia Malaysia CEO Riad Asmat said: “The resumption of travel to Singapore signifies great progress of international travel in the region, as we have seen an overwhelming response for flight booking to Thailand and Phuket with a 17 fold increase since our announcement. This shows huge pent-up demand for international travel.”