Malaysian low-cost carrier (LCC) AirAsia will launch new schedules to two new secondary hubs from mid-July. The first is a 4X-weekly service from Kuala Lumpur’s KLIA2 to U-Tapao Airport on the eastern Bay of Thailand, which serves rapidly expanding holiday destination Pattaya. The second is from Singapore’s neighboring Johor Bahru to Bangkok’s Don Mueang LCC hub. Subsidiary LCC Thai AirAsia has also announced plans to start international flights from U-Tapao by the end of ...

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