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Discover Kerala and South Tamil Nadu with AirAsia’s Direct Flights

AirAsia just made an exciting announcement, revealing a new route connecting South India and Malaysia.

AirAsia is set to launch its first direct services from Thiruvananthapuram International Airport to Kuala Lumpur starting February 21, 2024. With this new route, passengers can enjoy convenient and affordable travel between Malaysia and South India.

This new route is also set to boost tourism in Kerala and South Tamil Nadu. Kerala, which was named one of the ten paradises by the National Geographic Traveller is a destination waiting to be explored. Often referred to as ‘God’s own country’, Kerala has some of the most breathtaking scenery. With over 25 animal sanctuaries and an abundance of flora and fauna, Kerala is perfect for a nature-centric getaway.

In general, South India is a destination that travellers have recently started exploring. Homing some of India’s richest temples, South India has a diverse culture and amazing food waiting to be explored. This new route by AirAsia opens up new horizons for travellers waiting to dive into the culture, clothing, music and food in South India.

AirAsia has been one of the favourite airlines for travellers when it comes to exploring cities in Asia. The airline not only connects travellers to a variety of destinations but also offers low prices. In addition to South Tamil Nadu and Kerala, travellers can also explore Hyderabad, New Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Visakhapatnam and more through AirAsia

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Hawaiian Airlines’ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Welcomes First Guests!

Hawaiian Airlines has just marked the arrival of the inaugural flight of its new flagship aircraft, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The airline, which is celebrating 93 years in 2024 is is the largest operator of commercial flights to and from the island state of Hawaii. Additionally, the airline is also the 24th-largest commercial airline in the United States.

The inaugural flight for Hawaiian Airlines’ new flagship aircraft Aircraft N781N has been named named Kapuahi. This name directly translated to a star known as Aldebaran in Western astronomy.

Today marks an incredible achievement for all of us at Hawaiian Airlines and I’d like to thank all of our teammates, Boeing and our many partners for helping us make this moment possible. Our 787-9 is a true flagship product that, when paired with the award-winning hospitality of our crew, will provide guests with an unforgettable Hawaiʻi travel experience, says Peter Ingram – president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines.

The guests of the inaugural Hawaiian Airlines flight also had the lucky chance to be the first to watch the brand new safety video on the airline. The tag-line ‘Aloha and welcome aboard’ welcomes the passengers, as the crew talks through the safety procedures. The safety video also showcases the beauty of Hawaii, allowing travellers a first glimpse into the beautiful island.

A Look Into the Cabins of Hawaiian Airlines

The 34 Leihōkū (garland of stars) suites of the airline features lie-flat seating. With this, Hawaiian Airlines welcome travelers with an 18-inch in-flight entertainment screen, as well as personal power outlets, wireless cell phone charging, and direct aisle access. The suites also offers privacy or a shared experience, allowing couples to fall asleep.

The main cabin consists of 266 Collins Aerospace Aspire seats with ergonomically contoured back and armrests. This seat can be maximized into a living space, offering more shoulder and hip room. Additionally, the cabin also features a 12-inch seatback monitor with USB-A and USB-C charging ports. Main Cabin guests can also select from 79 Extra Comfort seats to enjoy more legroom and access to AC power outlets.

Hawaii has been an increasingly popular destination among travellers. As of recent, Hawaii has yet again picked up its popularity as a dream wedding destination as well. Travellers who love the islands compare it to other beach destinations such as The Maldives.

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