AirAsia Will Resume Direct Flights To Pattaya Starting 17 June, With Fares From RM99

Now, everyone can fly to Pattaya... again. :)

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AirAsia is set to resume its flight services from Kuala Lumpur to Pattaya, Thailand, offering thrice-weekly flights from 17 June onwards

In a statement by AirAsia, the reinstatement of the route to Pattaya marks the airline's ninth direct route to Thailand.

From the bustling Pattaya Floating Market to the pristine shores of Koh Larn beach, the coastal city has been a highly sought-after tourism destination. According to AirAsia, the budget airline flew over 60,000 travellers between Kuala Lumpur and Pattaya in 2019.

On top of that, Malaysians made up the highest number of visitors to Thailand in 2023, totalling 4.56 million visits.

Image via AirAsia

To celebrate the resumption of the route, AirAsia will be offering all-in one-way flight tickets to Pattaya starting from RM99* until 24 March 2024

Meanwhile, tickets for all-in one-way flights from Pattaya to Kuala Lumpur will be available starting from 990 baht* (about RM130) between 17 June 2024 and 16 June 2025.

The promotional fares are available for booking on AirAsia's website and the AirAsia MOVE app.

*The promotional all-in fares quoted are for one-way travel inclusive of airport taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharges, and other applicable fees.

AirAsia will offer direct flights three times a week to-and-from Pattaya and Kuala Lumpur:

Image via AirAsia

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