AirAsia to Introduce Direct Flights between Kuala Lumpur and Hua Hin

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AirAsia to Introduce Direct Flights between Kuala Lumpur and Hua Hin

Starting on May, 18, a new direct flight will link Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, with Hua Hin, the royal resort town on the shores of the Gulf od Siam in Thailand. 

The route will be served by AirAsia Malaysia. There will be four morning flights weekly: on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday departing at 10am and arriving to Hua Hin at 11am. In the opposite direction flights will leave Hua Hin at 11.30 am and land in KLIA2 at 2.35pm. The duration of each flight is about 2 hours. 

AirAsia Malaysia already has scheduled direct flights to six other destinations in Thailand including Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi, Hat Yai, Chiang Mai and Pattaya. All the destinations except Pattaya enjoy multiple daily services while Pattaya, similarly to Hua Hin, is served 4 times a week.

Both AK830 flight to Hua Hin and AK 831 flight to Kuala Lumpur are already on sale through 12Go.Asia. Airfare starts from THB1,000 but is exclusive of checked luggage or inflight meals which can be bought separately for an extra cost.



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