AirAsia celebrates one-year anniversary of Stansted Airport route
ASIA s leading low cost airline, AirAsia X, has celebrated the first anniversary of its launch of operations from London Stansted Airport to Kuala Lumpur. Congratulating the airline was London Stansted s commercial and development director, Nick Barton. H
ASIA's leading low cost airline, AirAsia X, has celebrated the first anniversary of its launch of operations from London Stansted Airport to Kuala Lumpur.
Congratulating the airline was London Stansted's commercial and development director, Nick Barton.
He said: "On behalf of everyone at Stansted, I'd like to offer my congratulations to AirAsia X on a fantastic first year at the airport.
"As we anticipated, the Stansted-Kuala Lumpur service has proved to be extremely popular with passengers, both in the UK and across Asia. They have helped revolutionise long-haul travel and we are very proud to have them with us here at Stansted.
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"AirAsia is a multi-award winning airline with a superb reputation for service excellent and value for money, and with very ambitious growth plans for the future. We look forward to working with them for many years to come as they develop their services here at Stansted."
Pictured, Stansted Airport and AirAsia celebrate the airline's first birthday in the terminal today - from left, Nick Barton, Jinda Bisran and Tim Claydon of AirAsia X, and - cutting the cake - Stansted Airport's managing director, David Johnston
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