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AirAsia opens more routes to Central Asia, China, India

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Nevil Gibson Sat, 02 Dec 2023

AirAsia Aviation Group is opening more of Central Asia, India, and China to Malaysians and other travellers from its Kuala Lumpur hub during the first quarter of next year. This follows decisions by the Malaysian government to provide 30-day visa-free entry for Indians and Chinese from December

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