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Webjet and AirAsia Relaunch Partnership Offering More Destinations & Cheaper Flights!

Webjet, Australia’s premier online travel agency, has announced the relaunch of its partnership with AirAsia. This collaboration will simplify the process of searching, comparing, and booking cost-effective flights across AirAsia’s extensive network, facilitating easier access to destinations in Asia and beyond.

This renewed partnership underscores the commitment of both organizations to offer customers a wider variety of choices and price options. With this, they are introducing hundreds of additional flight routes to popular Australian destinations such as Bali, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok through AirAsia, AirAsiaX, Thai AirAsia X, and AirAsia Indonesia.

AirAsia is an undisputed low cost leader for travel across South East Asia. With price increasingly top of mind, we’re more dedicated than ever to offering Aussies the biggest and best range of flight deals to keep their travel packages affordable. We’re seeing a huge uptick in demand for flights to Asia including direct flights to AirAsia’s main hubs in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok where they can connect to a world of destinations in the region. Bali remains consistently popular, especially from Perth, with searches and bookings to Thailand also on the rise. Our new partnership with AirAsia will offer quick and easy access to some of the most competitive fares to these leading destinations, says David Galt – CEO at WebJet OTA.

For years, AirAsia has been known as the best low-budget airline to explore Asian destinations. With the relaunch of the partnership. travellers can now explore easier access to destinations beyond Asia as well. Just recently AirAsia introduced new routes as well. This includes launching two new routes to the famed cities of Kozhikode and Guwahati. Additionally, the airline also launched its first direct services from Thiruvananthapuram International Airport to Kuala Lumpur this February.

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Qatar Airways Introduces ‘Discover Doha by Air’ Tours

The destination management company for Qatar Airways, Discover Qatar has announced the launch of its exclusive air tour. ‘Discover Doha by Air’ is an endeavour that further builds on the magic of exploring Qatar. Discerning travellers are now presented with the opportunity to explore breathtaking landscapes and iconic landmarks from the comfort and convenience of a light aircraft.

‘Discover Doha by Air’ promises travellers an extraordinary fusion of adventure, thrill-seeking, and exploration. Each of the air tours is well-planned and prepared to comfortably accommodate eight passengers. Travellers are presented with an air-conditioned cabin of a Cessna 208 Caravan, a single-engine light turboprop utility aircraft, designed with large windows that are ideal for aerial viewing. The onboard headphones at Discover Doha by Air will allow travellers to clearly hear the pilot’s in-flight commentary during the experience.

The flight duration on the Discover Doha by Air experience is 45 minutes. The aircraft is set to take off from Doha International Airport Premium Terminal. From there, the flight will fly over Al Thumama Stadium, Aspire Zone and Education City. Then the flight will move towards Lusail Stadium, Al Bayt Stadium and Thakira Mangrove Forest. The journey continues to flybys over The Pearl Island, Al Safliya, Katara Cultural Village as well as West Bay.

Guests are invited to embark on an unforgettable journey around Doha’s skies, soaring above remarkable landscapes and cultural treasures, on the Cessna 208 Caravan. At Discover Qatar, we are continiously working to curate our offerings to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations, saus the Senior Vice President of Discover Qatar – Steven Reynolds.

The first tour of the ‘Discover Doha by Air’ experience is scheduled for Thursday, 27th June 2024. Prices start at QAR 710 for adults and children over two years of age. Additionally, children under two years of age can fly free of charge as well.

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