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AirAsia Announces Asia-to-Hawaii Flights from $99 - Condé Nast Traveler

It seems 2017 is shaping up to be the year we fly farther for less. Following the rise of $69 transatlantic flights on low-cost airlines like Norwegian and Iceland's Wow Air, budget Malaysian carrier AirAsia has received approval from the U.S ...and more »

One of the best low-cost airlines in the world is finally coming to America - Business Insider

On January 24, the Malaysian low-cost carrier announced that it has been granted certification from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly into the US. According to the airline, AirAsia X is the first Asian low-cost carrier to secure authorization ...and more »

AirAsia X gets FAA clearance to fly to the US - The Star Online

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia X has received clearance from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to fly to any destination in the the US, making its foray into an entirely new market as it looks beyond the Asia Pacific. “The airline is the first Asian low-cost ...and more »

Budget Carrier AirAsia X Cleared For US Flights - Consumerist

The next time you're looking to book a flight on the cheap, you could have another option on the table now that budget carrier Asia X says it's gained approval to fly anywhere in the U.S.. The Malaysian long-haul airline says in a statement that it's ...and more »

AirAsia X cleared for US flights, 1st Asian budget carrier to get nod - Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia's AirAsia X Bhd (AIRX.KL) said it had become Asia's first low-cost carrier to receive approval to operate scheduled passenger flights to any destination within the United States. AirAsia planes sit on the tarmac at ...and more »

Get Ready for Cheaper Flights Between the US and Asia - Travel+Leisure

Travelers looking for a cheap flights between the United States and Asia have something to look forward to: Malaysia's AirAsia X announced on Tuesday that it has been granted approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority to begin operating ...and more »

First low-cost Asian airline cleared for flights to the US - CNNMoney

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia says it's gotten the all clear from U.S. authorities to fly its jetliners to American airports -- the first low-cost Asian airline to do so. Founded by charismatic businessman Tony Fernandes, AirAsia pioneered the low ...and more »

AirAsia X Cleared for Takeoff to the US by FAA - AirlineGeeks.com

AirAsia X has received clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin flying to the US. The Malaysia-based affiliate of AirAsia is now the first Asian low-cost carrier certified to fly to the States. The airline, which effectively operates ...and more »

AirAsia X will fly to the United States - finder.com.au

Asia Pacific budget airline AirAsia X has been cleared by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to operate flights to any destination within the United States. AirAsia must decide which routes to fly, including possible services to Hawaii, as part of ...and more »

AirAsia X almost ready to fly to Hawaii - The Rakyat Post

Adjust Font Size: KUALA LUMPUR, 24 Jan 2017: It now remains only when AirAsia X will fly to Hawaii, after it announced today that it had received clearance from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to fly to the US. The budget long-haul carrier had ...and more »