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Budget Airliner Air Asia To Expand Routes To Indonesia - Stock Image

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PHUKET, THAILAND - FEBRUARY 25: Travellers are seen disembarking from the Air Asia Boeing 737-300 flight from Bangkok to Phuket on February 25, 2004 in Phuket, Thailand. The airline is the first international budget air carrier in Southeast Asia selling tickets for as low as 500 Thai bhat ($13.00) if booked in advance. Tiger Airways and ValuAir, two more no-frills rivals are set to launch flights also this year, creating a competitive market. Passengers have to pay for food, water and other beverages sold by flight attendants with hot drinks selling for 20 Thai bhat (51 cents). The Malaysian based airline, which started up one month ago, flies to many destinations in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. (Photo by Paula Bronstein)


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Date Created: 2004-02-25
Country created in: Thailand
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