At a time when several airlines are competing in Kuala Lumpur sector, Air Asia, a budget carrier, was able to serve more than one hundred thousand passengers over its one year operation in Nepal. With Incentive Tours and Travels Pvt. Ltd as a GSA in Nepal, Air Asia is able to lure more passengers in Nepal. Thanks to its reliable and efficient services, Air Asia has already established its strong presence in Nepal.
According to Chief Executive Officer of Air Asia X, Ajran Osman-Rani his airlines carried more than one hundred thousand passengers in the last one year. "We are very happy to celebrate our one year of operation by carrying more than one lakh passengers," said the CEO in his statement. In response to the growing popularity in Nepal, the airline will be operating five flights from Kathmandu to Kuala Lumpur a week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from July 17.
"It has been witnessing a record number of seat bookings for flights from Japan and Australia to Kathmandu due to its connecting flights service," said a press release. The airline has launched a special discount offer for connecting flights from Kathmandu to Japan, Korea and Australia.
"The popularity of Air Asia is going high in Nepal. We are receiving good response and the booking is quite good in Kathmandu," said Hari Man Lama, Managing director of Incentive Travel and Tours Pvt. Ltd, GSA of Air Asia.