AirAsiaX to restart Kuala Lumpur to Gold Coast services
The $200 million Attracting Aviation Investment Fund (AAIF) has supported the Gold Coast Airport in AirAsiaX’s decision to restart its Kuala Lumpur to Gold Coast services three times a week from next February.
AirAsiaX has a longstanding history with the Gold Coast Airport since its maiden flight into the region in November 2007.
This service is predicted to land almost 59,000 seats on the Gold Cost a year, generating a potential $45.6 million for the visitor economy and support about 450 Queensland jobs.
Through Kuala Lumpur, AirAsiaX will connect visitors from more than 130 destinations across Asia, including Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, India, South Korea.
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